More Executives Worry About Cyberattacks, Study Says

More corporate executives are concerned about cyberattacks and data breaches than property damage and investment risk, according to a survey commissioned by insurer American International Group Inc.

The poll found 85 percent of the survey participants — a group that included risk managers and senior executives in the U.S. and Canada — were very or somewhat concerned with cyber risks. That compared with 80 percent who were concerned with property damage and 76 percent concerned about securities and investment risks.

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