Insurance of Cyber Risks in International Transport

Vol.16,No.1(2022)

Abstract

The international transport of goods, passengers and luggage is recently facing the threat of cyberattacks. The article is focused on the analysis of the possible cyber risks in the field of the international transport and their management created by the international governmental and non-governmental organisations. The international regulation of the cybersecurity has only recommendatory character and will be subject to future development. That’s the reason why should carriers pay greater attention to all possible cyber security measures. As the instrument of the reduction and mitigation of cyber risks could be used cyber-insurance. The insurance companies are offering insurance cover mainly
on individual base corresponding to the extent of protection required by the policyholder.


Keywords:
Contractual Conditions, Cybersecurity, Insurance, Insurer, International Transport, Mitigation, Risk

Pages:
3–36
Author biography

Petr Dobiáš

CEVRO Institut, Chair of Private Law

Assistant professor
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