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When Scams Collide: E-Mail Fraud and Insurance

Should insurance companies be on the hook to cover losses for cyberfraud? If you are the victim of a business email compromise (BEC) and are induced to wire-transfer a client’s funds to ...
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Ransomware Infects Main Server of Large Insurance Company in Oman

Ransomware Infects Main Server of Large Insurance Company in Oman

A ransomware attack has hit Oman United Insurance Company SAOG, one of the largest insurers in Oman, but operations apparently remain unaffected. Finance is one of the sectors most targeted by hackers, ...
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The Future of Cybersecurity Insurance

Cybersecurity incidents and data breaches have become a normal part of the news cycle. It feels like every day you hear about a big corporation or organization suffering an attack that has ...
Matthew Pascucci

Developing Cybersecurity Muscle Memory with Table Top Sessions

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PCI assurances in insurance – what should insurers consider?

Insurance businesses, by their very nature, are there to protect customers from a wide range of risks – whether it’s for property, health, vehicles or any other potential hazard that customers are ...

On Cybersecurity Insurance

Good paper on cybersecurity insurance: both the history and the promise for the future. From the conclusion: Policy makers have long held high hopes for cyber insurance as a tool for improving ...

First American Financial Corp. Data Records Leak

Krebs on Security is reporting a massive data leak by the real estate title insurance company First American Financial Corp. "The title insurance agency collects all kinds of documents from both the ...
Think Cybersecurity Insurance Will Save You? Think Again.

Think Cybersecurity Insurance Will Save You? Think Again.

By this point, we know that state-sponsored cyber attacks are a thing. Time and again, we see headlines to this effect, whether it’s election hacking, IP theft, or mega-breaches. For your average ...

Midwest Leads Country In Cybersecurity Standardization

As predicted, 2019 has seen the expansion of more state-specific legislation relating to cybersecurity and data protection. What started with Ohio’s safe harbor law has rapidly spread to more states, especially in ...

Cyberinsurance and Acts of War

I had not heard about this case before. Zurich Insurance has refused to pay Mondelez International's claim of $100 million in damages from NotPetya. It claims it is an act of war ...