PWC Global State of Information Security Survey 2016 report

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As threats continue to mount, understanding and managing cybersecurity risks have become top of mind for leaders in business and government.

Organisations are responding by taking action adopting innovative technologies like cloud-enabled cybersecurity, Big Data analytics and advanced authentication to reduce cyber-risks and improve cybersecurity programmes.

Report recommends Public-Private Reinsurance scheme to support UK prosperity

Long Finance Cyber Catastrophe Report - Reinsurance and UK prosperityA new Long Finance report finds that a public/­private cyber­ catastrophe reinsurance scheme would support UK cyber prosperity while adding clarity and certainty in the insurance market

This is the conclusion of the Z/Yen Group/Long Finance report titled "Promoting UK Cyber Prosperity: Public-­Private Cyber­-Catastrophe Reinsurance".

IT and Cyber Risk - ACE European Risk Briefing 2012

Ace European Risk BriefingAlmost every company today depends on communication, service or commerce delivered over the internet and other information networks. The scale of this reliance seems to be steadily growing.
Companies store ever-increasing quantities of sensitive personal and commercial information online, while developments such as cloud computing mean that their data is often no longer stored within the company’s own networks, but remotely.

Information Security and Cyber Liability Risk Management

For the second consecutive year Advisen Ltd administered a survey sponsored by Zurich to gain insight into the current state of and trends in information security and cyber risk management in Europe.
The survey was conducted for 10 days beginning on Monday, 11 February, 2013, and ending on Wednesday, 20 February, 2013. The survey was completed at least in part by 41 risk managers, insurance buyers and other risk professionals.

Government tasks FSA to product cyber security guidance for financial services sector

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) will shortly be publishing a review cyber security across the financial services sector.

Greg Clark (MP), financial secretary to the Treasury has reported to Parliament that the Bank of England and the Treasury are working with the FSA to review how cyber security is currently managed across the finance sector. Working with other agencies the procedures of a number of financial institutions will be benchmarked in a programme led by the FSA.