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Axa XL's Pearman: Concentration of Tech Vendors Amplifies Cyberrisk

Noel Pearman, senior vice president, Axa XL, said many clients have become tied to large tech providers such as Amazon and Microsoft, increasing the impact if a provider was to fall victim to a cyberattack.

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