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Why Cyber Risk Should Be Quantified in M&A Transactions


More and more dealmakers consider cyber risk during their due diligence processes. Yet there is often a lack of insight into the potential financial impact of acquiring an asset that may have previously suffered a cyber-attack/incident, or could suffer one.

Dealmakers should consider modelling this potential financial impact and incorporate the insights into their M&A strategy. This will ensure they are fully informed of the range of costs they could incur, and also allow them to develop strategies both pre- and post-deal to reduce the potential financial impact and preserve deal value.

Download the article to learn more about the impact of cyber risk on deals, and what dealmakers can do to mitigate the risks.