The Government Behind Insurance Governance: Lessons for Ransomware

“This paper analyzes how governments support insurance markets to maintain insurability and limit risks to society. We propose a new conceptual framework grouping government interventions into three dimensions: regulation of risky activity, public investment in risk reduction, and co-insurance.” Lire

Insurance and Enterprise: Cyber Insurance for Ransomware

“As businesses improved their resilience, cybercriminals adapted and ransoms escalated, calling insurability into question. Yet there remains little appetite for imposing restrictive conditionality in this highly competitive market. Instead, insurers have turned to governments to contain criminal threats and cushion catastrophic losses.” Lire

Cyber Security and Insurance

“Companies and law firms must have adequate insurance coverage to fill gaps and to meet company insurance objectives.” Lire