"Estimates of the cost of cyber crime to businesses worldwide range from around US445 billion to US$2 trillion a year ... Lloyds insurance market in London is positioning itself to become the global hub for cyber insurance ..." - Stuart Poole-Robb, "Here's why the cyber insurance industry is worth 55.6 billion pounds," in ITproportal." Here is the article.
The documentary film "CitizenFour" showed how easy it is for those who know their way about tech to hack into just about any system. Yet, believe it or not, some are still struggling with the decision whether or not to insure against this risk by purchasing cybersecurity insurance. Or hire a Chief Information Security Officers. Here and here I had published articles on those subjects in Payment Week.
My hunch is that both issues will be embraced by activist shareholders and put under the umbrella of what's being called "Information Governance."