Cyber OverVue™ is an analytics solution used to quickly evaluate cyber loss profiles through a comprehensive scoring system.

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Looking for a more effective, data-driven solution to help evaluate the cyber risk of an organization?

Cyber OverVue™ provides actionable intelligence.

  • Demonstrate the need for cyber coverage with peer loss examples
  • Improve cyber risk advisory capabilities
    • Demonstrate the need for cyber coverage
    • Improve coverage recommendations
    • Help determine appropriate limits
  • Negotiate pricing & terms with an understanding of historical frequency and severity
  • Improve underwriting performance and profitability
    • Refine risk selection
    • Refine pricing analysis

Cyber OverVue™ is an analytics solution that leverages historical loss data – known losses – to generate loss profiles and benchmark analyses in one application to enable real-time decision-making about the cyber risk of organizations. The real-time interface allows users to evaluate a company’s historical loss experience in terms of frequency and severity, as well as how their cyber program compares to their peers. Identify worst-case cyber scenarios based upon historical loss experience.

Sample Cyber OverVue Report

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Users select a company (or industry and revenue range). OverVue generates three scores for frequency, severity, and insurance program benchmarking, where higher scores indicate higher risk profiles.

cyber risk analytics dashboard

Delve deeper into each of these scores with just one click to reveal the underlying details.

A series of charts and tables provide different views of the loss experience. Each analysis also displays the five top as well as most recent losses for the selected company and peer group.


The first chart, Industry Overview, displays a high-level comparison of the average, median, and maximum number of incidents for the selected industry, as compared to all industries across various revenue ranges. Three additional charts—Type of Incident, Type of Asset Compromised, and Trend Analysis—display the total number of incidents for the selected company, as compared to the average, median, and maximum number of incidents experienced by its peer group.


The Severity section features the same charts as Frequency—Industry Overview, Type of Incident, Type of Asset Compromised, and Trend Analysis—analyzing the number of records affected, as opposed to the number of incidents.


Charts provide context regarding how the cyber insurance program (premium, limit, retention) compares to its peers.



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