Collection of cyber insurance and management liability data in the National Claims and Policies Database (NCPD)
APRA’s 2020-2024 Cyber Security Strategy is focussing on initiatives to help achieve a financial system which is resilient to cyber incidents. The collection of cyber insurance data will assist insurers in quantifying this risk so as to develop adaptive pricing models and products to support this strategic response.
On 15 March 2021, APRA released a response to submissions on proposals to collect cyber insurance and management liability data in the National Claims and Policies Database (NCPD). The expanded data collection will start on a best endeavours basis with data for the 31 December 2020 half year and progress to full data collection for the 31 December 2021 half year.
The response letter, clean and marked-up copies of the draft reporting standards, and a submission in response to the consultation can be found below.
Draft reporting standards:
APRA is now consulting with the industry on an initiative to collect cyber insurance and management liability data in the NCPD.
The four reporting standards that are expected to be impacted include:
Whilst not directly impacted, APRA also intends to refresh reporting standards GRS 800.3 Facility Business Data: Public and Product Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance and LOLRS 800.3 Lloyd’s Facility Business Data: Public and Product Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance to ensure these remain consistent with more recent reporting standards.
Note on submissions
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