HERMENEUT 2nd workshop “Insurance in Cybersecurity”

Date: 
05/03/2019

After the successful first edition, HERMENEUT invites you to join our 2nd workshop on insurance in cybersecurity, to be held on the 5th of March 2019 in Milan (IT).

The workshop aims at exploring three aspects of the cyberinsurance market:

  • Risk Assessment
  • Wording & Pricing
  • Claims & Risk Conduction

thanks to parallel discussions in small interactive sessions at three “thematic corners” led by practitioners and researchers in the field, with an expert serving as a facilitator. The workshop will also be the occasion for HERMENEUT to present, receive feedback on and discuss the models, methodologies and the software tool for cybersecurity risk assessment and cost-benefit analysis developed within the project through a specific demo session.

Click for the agenda of the workshop. Participation is free, but registration is needed: fill in this form to register!

See you on March the 5th at Cefriel premises, Viale Sarca 226, Milan (IT).

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