Verrry interesting

“Europe’s Privacy Law Fails to Stoke Demand for Cyber Insurance,” The Wall Street Journal, June 21, 2018 B10.  Companies aren’t buying as much privacy insurance as people thought.

Certainly, in the wake of the GDPR rollout, the risk of a privacy law violation has increased.  Apparently companies think that they have adequate controls in place, and don’t need the protection of insurance to backstop their controls.  Insurance is a mitigation in case your controls aren’t totally effective.

Are these companies doing the same with other risks to other assets?  Or is you private data somehow different?

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