No cyber insurance for state attacks is 'responsible' - Lloyd's of London

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Lloyd's of London says cyber insurance is "in its infancy"

Lloyd's of London has said it will no longer pay out in the case of state-backed attacks.

Lloyd's of London has defended its decision to stop providing insurance coverage for state-backed cyber attacks. Patrick Tiernan, Lloyd's chief of markets, told the Financial Times the company w...

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