Tag Archives: Cyber insurance

Cyber risk mitigation: Best practices for Mutual Fund Directors

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Cybersecurity continues to be one of the top risk management issues facing mutual fund boards today, with continued scrutiny coming from regulators and investors alike. Potentially facing financial loss and reputational harm from growing threats, stakeholders are taking an even … Continue reading →

Protecting your company from a cybersecurity Meltdown (or Spectre)

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The latest threat to cybersecurity isn’t a new form of ransomware — it’s a pair of hardware bugs that have the ability to impact virtually any device that has a chip in it – including servers, desktops and mobile devices. … Continue reading →

2018’s most dangerous risks for insurers

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One definition of insanity is “doing the same thing and expecting a different outcome.” Well, we asked insurers the same question in December 2017 that we asked in December 2016: What are the most dangerous risks to your company in … Continue reading →

5 cyber insurance trends to watch for in 2018

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What will cyber insurance buyers face in the coming year? Here’s a snapshot of the top five trends buyers can expect, based on findings from our 2018 Marketplace Realities Report: Cyber risk. 1. Total annual cyber premiums will continue to … Continue reading →

Cyber insurance: If you don’t have it, the latest ruling on a data breach class action might have you thinking twice.

Last month, the D.C. Court of Appeals lowered the standing threshold established by Spokeo, holding that the mere allegation of an increased risk of identity theft as a result of a data breach was sufficient to prove standing to claim … Continue reading →

5 key cyber insurance considerations for small & middle market businesses

What’s my cyber risk? Small and middle market businesses (SMB) tend to be less concerned about their technology/cyber risks than their publicly traded counterparts. How is this possible?  It may be due primarily to a limited understanding of the scope … Continue reading →

Modernizing Telephone Consumer Protection Act Compliance Strategy. Here’s how.

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) may have real implications for businesses that use robocalls and telemarketing calls. But there are actions businesses can take to modernize their compliance strategy and steer clear of potential litigation. What is TCPA? TCPA … Continue reading →

The EU’s New Network and Information Security Directive

The country representatives from the European Union have forged the initial framework for the continent’s first cyber-security regulations. Continue reading →