Tag Archives: Cyber Security

Recent nation state cyberattacks: What they mean, and how to respond

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On April 17, 2018, the U.K. and U.S. governments issued an unprecedented statement calling out Russia as the originator of cyberattacks on businesses and public sector organizations during 2017. According to the statement, routers — the devices that direct traffic … Continue reading →

The risks and challenges of silent cyberinsurance

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You hear a lot about cyberinsurance these days and the need for it, and judging by how busy my cyber colleagues are, there’s no sign of an end to demand any time soon. Less is heard though about the so-called … Continue reading →

Cinco tendências de seguros cibernéticos a serem observadas em 2018

Quais desafios as empresas interessadas em contratar um seguro cibernético estão enfrentando em 2018? Aqui está um resumo das cinco principais tendências, com base nos resultados identificados em nosso Relatório de Realidades de Mercado em 2018: Riscos cibernéticos. 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 →

Greater criminal liability ahead for U.K. company directors involved in data breaches

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The Data Protection Bill is currently making its way through the legislative process. This Bill will replace the current Data Protection Act and will provide a comprehensive framework for data protection in the U.K. The resulting legislation will supplement the … Continue reading →

Increase your cyber IQ with the alphabet of cyber protection

Ransomware attacks, such as WannaCry and Petya, have captured the headlines over the past several months. It was recently announced publicly that a mega cable network was hit with a ransomware incident when hackers released a trove of stolen files online, … Continue reading →

The E.U.’s Network and Information Security Directive: How should transportation companies respond?

On August 8, the U.K. government announced it was considering fines of up to £17 million, or 4% of global turnover, for companies that fail to implement cybersecurity measures set out in the Network and Information Systems Directive (NISD). But … Continue reading →

How cyber-smart is your organization?

I recently participated in a panel discussion about the current state of affairs in public-private information sharing, the Internet of Things, and whether data privacy is dead. For the risk managers and chief information security officers (CISO) attending, there was … Continue reading →

Decoding cyber risk

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Cybersecurity needs a new battle plan, a better plan that deals with the full spectrum of your company’s cybersecurity — not just your technology. More than half of all cyber incidents begin with employees, so it’s a people problem. And … Continue reading →