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EDITOR'S NOTE​​
David Hechler, Editor-in-Chief
A funny thing happened after we published an interview with Paul Rosenzweig in December. Rosenzweig told us that he’s trying to bring a scientific rigor to measuring cybersecurity—a rigor that does not yet exist, he said. Not long after we published, we met Jennifer Bayuk, who read our article with amazement. She’s been measuring cybersecurity for nearly her entire career, she insisted. Rigorously. A classic he said, she said? Decide for yourself. ​​READ​​
CURRENT FEATURES
Having spent her career working on systems security metrics, an expert is stunned to hear that what she does can’t be done.

INTERVIEW: JENNIFER BAYUK / AUTHOR & CONSULTANT
There seems to be a debate going on about whether we can measure cybersecurity. Only it’s been held behind the scenes—until now. We published an interview with Paul Rosenzweig in December in which he described a research project he’s leading to try to find a way. Now we bring you an interview with Jennifer Bayuk, who says that she and many other cybersecurity experts have been doing it for years. READ
With uncertainty roiling insurance coverage in this area, it’s time for action.

By Diane D. Reynolds and Joyce E. Boyle
Cyber insurance has been around for nearly two decades. But two cases making their way through the courts epitomize some of the uncertainty that surrounds the industry. In both instances the insurance companies rejected the claims, citing the “act of war” exclusion. What should companies do? READ
The WSJ Pro Executive Forum packed in short sessions with small panels and a lot of punch.

By David Hechler
RECENT FEATURES
There were lessons learned from data breaches, warnings about IoT vulnerabilities and about the risks of foreign technology. Other sessions tackled supply chain security and the limits of cyber insurance. And the panelists didn’t summarize what most people already knew. They often drew on personal experience and offered practical advice. Here are some of the highlights. READ
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There may be no way that companies can prevent them, but lawyers can use the occasion to beef up security.

By David Hechler

A cybersecurity expert suggests that lawyers may be able to leverage the crisis with Iran, and the threat of cyberattacks, to get resources they need to beef up their company’s cybersecurity. READ