Source: Oxford University Press
22 Dec 2016

Over the last 3 years, the UK Government, through the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), has taken a lead in the area of public disclosure on corporate cyber intrusions via their Information Security Breaches Survey. The recent development of the Cyber Essentials scheme by the same department presents a unique opportunity for reasonably correlated data to be analysed against public policy. We describe some initial steps in undertaking such an analysis by performing standard economics calculations on this data.

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