Merck ruling demands sharper focus on cyber risk management as cover tightens

The recent ruling by the New Jersey Superior court that insurers need to pay pharma giant Merck $1.4bn for losses caused by the NotPetya ransomware attack will not be repeated if insurers apply the recently introduced London market clauses designed to include such cyberattacks within war exclusions....


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