This presentation focuses to the rising prominence of insurance considerations—and more particularly—to legal aspects of insurance as it relates to cybersecurity and privacy.
The presentation defines "Cyber and Privacy Insurance” and organizes such insurance into four main types of cyber insurance coverage: data breach and privacy management coverage, multimedia liability coverage, extortion liability coverage, and network security liability coverage. With these definitions, the presentation then gives snapshot of how the Cyber Insurance Market Is Maturing, its participants, costs, and related attributes.
Consideration is given to the importance of defined terms, before launching into difficulties that providers and users have relative to measuring, modeling, and pricing cyber insurance risk. Particular attention is given to the language of “claims” and how to navigate through associated risk/cost analyses and cost structures.
Additionally, general considerations, pre-conditions, cost of compliance, business interruption, governing board oversight and related issues are brought together is a cohesive manner.