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Recognizing the need for comprehensive cybersecurity programs, while also realizing the economic difficulties that hinder their development, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) recently formed a program to answer and address these issues.

S&T said that the questions can be addressed along four dimensions: how and why are cybersecurity investments made, what impact do they have on risk and harm, what is the relationship between cybersecurity risk and traditional business risk, and what incentives are needed to encourage optimal cyber-risk management. If the Cyber Risk Economics (CYRIE) program can answer those questions, S&T said the government would be on the path to implementing cybersecurity solutions.

“Through its current and upcoming R&D programs, CYRIE is fostering data,…

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