Portfolio Exposure
Management

Stress Test Cyber Risk Accumulation Scenarios
Meet Board & Regulatory Compliance Requirements
Validate and Modify Cyber Underwriting Guidelines
Monitor Cyber Capacity
Assess Capital Management Strategies
Determine Reinsurance/ Retro Coverage Needs

Key Advantages

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Proprietary Cyber Catastrophe Modeling Framework

Our framework is based on an extensive analysis of the characteristics of historical cyber risk events including triggers, propagation and impact. The framework uses Kovrr’s proprietary event catalog with more than 100,000 synthetic events for loss simulation which vary from cloud provider outage in a specific territory to massively distributed global ransomware attacks and other tail events.

Visibility into Potential Accumulations and Tail Events

Achieve clear visibility to probable maximum losses due to potential large loss and catastrophic cyber events. Leverage Kovrr’s impact based modeling framework to assess known knowns and known unknowns by applying probabilistic and deterministic cyber risk scenarios, including Lloyds RDS.

Insights into New Emerging Vulnerabilities

The Kovrr platform reflects emerging exposures and allows (re)insurers to control risk accumulation by notifying them when pre-defined risk thresholds are crossed. 

Silent Risk Exposure

Gain visibility to risk associated with potential cyber triggered claims within any commercial P&C insurance book.

Monitoring Portfolio Aggregations

Calculate aggregated exposure to cyber risk in your portfolio while taking into account systemic risk stemming from different types of policies within various lines of businesses. 

Stress Test any P&C Portfolio Against Cyber Catastrophes

(Re)insurers can assess their cyber exposure in any type of (re)insurance’s book using a list of predefined scenarios, both historical and synthetic. They can also custom build their own scenarios. For example, a reinsurer can quantify the exposure of its commercial property book to a large scale business interruption event such as the NotPetya ransomware attack.