It has been 50-years since Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin became the first men to walk on the moon. They blasted off in Apollo 11 on July 16, 1969, and, four days later, they became two of the biggest names in modern history. The achievement was made possible with the help of NASA’s technology, which was state-of-the-art at the time, but here’s the scary thing … the computers NASA used to guide humans across 356,000km of space from the Earth to the Moon and back again fall short in comparison to the tiny smartphones we carry around in our pockets today.
As technology evolves, so too do the risks surrounding it. Robert Parisi, US cyber product leader at Marsh, commented: “I’ve been involved with cyber insurance technically since 1999 when we rolled out one of the first products at AIG. At that point in time, there was no cloud, blockchain or some of the other artificial intelligence tools we have today. While these things create a lot of buzz in our industry, I think cyber risk is more fundamentally about technology and how companies are using technology.
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