As part of its Work Programme 2017, ENISA is working on a study to propose recommendations to support the uptake of cyber insurance and the growth of the cyber insurance market in the EU. The focus of ENISA's study is on the commonality of the risk assessment language in cyber insurance.
While several risk assessment language frameworks exist in the literature, the industry has yet to taken steps in the direction of harmonisation. ENISA's study has further investigated this fact by identifying the incentives and barriers for adopting a common framework and proposes a set of recommendations towards the cyber insurance industry and towards EU Policy Makers to promote this harmonisation.
To validate the findings and recommendations of the study, ENISA is organising a validation workshop with industry representatives. The meeting will take place in Brussels, on the 6th of October from 9:30 to 16:00. The workshop is co-hosted by Insurance Europe and the workshop agenda additionally includes presentations from selected industry representatives.
The target audience includes:
- Insurance carrier executives
- Cyber Insurance Professionals / Underwriters
- Policy Makers
You can download the workshop’s draft agenda here.
Registration for the workshop is free-of-charge and mandatory. You can register for the workshop via the following link:
Due to the limited number of places, ENISA will validate all registrations beforehand.
Registration will remain open until the 29th of September.