Incentives and Barriers of the Cyber Insurance Market in Europe

Published In: ENISA, European Network and Information Security Agency, June 28, 2012

Posted on RAND.org on June 28, 2012

by Neil Robinson

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ENISA conducted a study identifying possible causes inhibiting the cyber-insurance market in Europe and investigating incentives to kick-start its development. The Study analyses the structure and the characteristics of the cyber insurance market and includes a set of recommendations for good practices for stakeholders that need to be familiar with this topic.

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