Cyber Risk and Insurance
The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice is calling for papers for a special issue exploring cyber risk and insurance.
We encourage you to submit contributions related to the following areas:
- definition, assessment, costs, and detrimental effects of cyber risk
- modelling, empirical analysis, and management of cyber risk
- innovative ways to manage cyber risk through insurance
- the impacts of cyber risk on society and individuals
- cyber terrorism, cyberwarfare and State sponsored cyber activity
- insurability of cyber risk
- (re)insurance markets and insurance products to cover cyber risk
- validity of the CL380 clause — fit for purpose or ready for progression and clarity
- regulatory demands and global macro-prudential standards for cyber risk
- public-private partnership in creating cyber risk insurance pools
- maturity path of the cyber insurance market
- perception of cyber risk and cyber insurance
- data availability and cyber underwriting decisions
- clinical research and field study on cyber risk events
Suggestions for other topics will be considered by the editor.
Guest editor for this special issue: Prof. M. Martin Boyer (Power Corporation of Canada Research Chair at HEC Montréal).
Deadline: 16th of September 2019
Papers should be submitted electronically via the website of The Geneva Papers here.
All contributions will go through a peer review process. More information on The Geneva Papers is available here.
For further information on this special issue, please contact Sandra Postle.