Claude Baudoin, Dave Harris,Tim Cavanaugh, Steven Schwartz and Janice Reese
About this talk
Cloud Computing often raises or complicates the question of how customers can recover the direct costs and indirect losses resulting from an outage or a data breach. The objective of this Discussion Paper is to explain the role Cyber Insurance contracts play in mitigating those consequences, and the challenges of assessing the risk and the damage – especially to intangible assets.
Cyber Insurance (CI) is evolving in response to user demands. In particular, a new form of contract – parametric insurance – has been introduced to overcome some of the limitations of traditional indemnity insurance. This paper explains how this paves the way toward the future state of CI.
The paper covered the following topics:
• What is Cyber Insurance?
• The impact of intangible assets
• The impact of cloud services
• Risk assessment
• The future of Cyber Insurance
• Standards needed for Cyber Insurance
The co-authors of this important discussion paper will present their work and take questions
The Object Management Group® (OMG®) is an international, open membership, not-for-profit technology standards consortium. Founded in 1989, OMG standards are driven by vendors, end-users, academic institutions, and government agencies.…