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Cyber Risk (Re)insurance

Manage cyber risk across clients, portfolios, and industries with evidence-based data

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Market Reality 

Cyber risk underwriters need a better way to quantify cyber risk.

Demand for cyber insurance coverage is exploding. As the cost of cyber incidents and ransomware attacks continues to soar, underwriters need to better understand cyber risk and potential loss in their portfolio.


Cybercrime costs will reach $10.5 Trillion by 2025 according to Cyber Ventures*


35% of executives think that mandatory reporting of cyber risk management, strategy and governance is vital to securing their future growth**


The average ransomware demand reached $5.3 million in 2023 with ransomware attacks increasing by over 37% in 2023***



The OT Cyber Risk Quantification Solution for Cyber (Re)insurance 

DeRISK is built with the needs of cyber risk underwriters and risk bearers in mind. Leverage DeRISK to inform risk selection, price policy and pin-point capital allocation strategies.  
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Making sense of cyber risk for (Re)insurers

DeRISK guides (re)insurers and ILS investors with:

  • Expected loss
  • Probable maximum loss (PML)
  • Value at Risk (VaR)
  • Tail risk
  • Impact to income
  • Impact to reserves and balance sheet
  • Loss exposures
  • Risk structuring 
    ... and more

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Cyber risk is dynamic, fast-growing and hard to quantify. With the DeRISK platform, risk stakeholders at (re)insurance organizations and ILS investors can better analyze and understand their risk portfolio. DeNexus' risk models enable them to value the impact of primary, secondary, and tertiary financial loss events. 


With DeRISK, DeNexus transforms cyber risk into manageable insights using continuously informed evidence-based Bayesian modeling. Risk stakeholders can now source and orchestrate data feeds from key operational areas critical for (re)insurance organizations underwriting cyber risk. 

What outcome would benefit your organization the most? 


Enable Business Growth

Augment cyber underwriting processes and unlock new (re)insurance and ILS offerings.

Control and Manage Policy

Apply consistent and commensurate policy options for industrial clients, (re)insurers and ILS investors

Manage Risk Capacity

Improve accuracy in determining systemic risk events for appropriate risk capacity commitments.

Target Capital Allocation

Measure single risk exposure, pragmatic accumulation, and control steps to determine Probable Maximum Loss (PML) and capital allocation.

Stimulate Risk Capital Expansion

Utilize detailed analysis of risk portfolio to optimize and prioritize capital budgets for cyber risk.

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