Key Points

but the industry is not yet capable of spurring society-wide cyber resilience. The U.S. government must help the private sector get the data it needs to improve risk modeling and prices. These better models will enable insurance providers to offer policies that provide real coverage from damages while simultaneously encouraging clients to protect themselves so that they are less likely to make a claim in the first place. In this way, the U.S. government can set loose the natural forces of capitalism to create a desirable cyber insurance product to offset cyber risk.

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next steps including outcomes of the pilot training for bankruptcy judges.

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EVENT: Securing the Courts: Exploitation of the Judicial System by Foreign Adversaries

September 13, 2019 | 12:00

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