Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

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Full Title of Reference

Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

Full Citation

Daniel E. Geer Jr. and Daniel G. Conway Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained. IEEE Security & Privacy (2010), Vol. 8, No. 2, pp 86-87. Purchase

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Categorization

Approaches: Industry Reports

Issues: Economics of Cybersecurity; Risk Management and Investment; Incentives

Key Words

Research and Development, Risk Modeling

Synopsis

Investors at all levels are pulling back from cybersecurity, which has serious consequences if and only if investment in cybersecurity matters. If it does, then trouble is brewing. If it does not, then radically different tactics are called for. Definitive numbers are scarce, but indicative numbers are self-evident.

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