In just a few years, a growing crop of cybersecurity ratings firms has sprouted to assess the vulnerability of businesses to withstand cyber attacks, scoring them on a scale from good to bad. Key markets for the firms are insurance carriers and brokers, each using the ratings for different reasons.

The insurance sector has long been eager to get a more refined sense of cyber risks on an industry-by-industry basis to more closely underwrite the exposure. The challenge has been the paucity of data, given that cyber attacks are a relatively new phenomenon, with the types of incidents evolving faster than the ability to predict the next one. This makes it hard to get a clear and confident sense of the potential financial costs to risk insurer capital....

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