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2021 proved itself to be yet another unpredictable year in more ways than one. Cyberattacks continued to pose a threat to insureds and insurers, as hackers matured, ransom payments increased, and the cyber insurance market continued to change.

As we reflect on our 2021 cyber predictions, we are pleased to report that we did a pretty good job. And as we head into 2022, our predictions outline what organizations will want to be prepared for in what could possibly be another unorthodox year.

Read more on our 2021 updates and our predictions for 2022 that will be sure to impact insureds and their insurers alike in Baker Tilly’s 2022 Cyber Predictions e-book.

For more information on this topic, or to learn how Baker Tilly specialists can help, contact our team.

Ben Hobby
Partner
Bernard Regan
Principal, MSc, MBCS
Christopher J. Tait
Principal
Jeff Krull
Partner, CPA, CISA
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