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War, Hunh. Yeah. What is it Good For? Reducing Insurer Liability for Cyberattacks

A New Jersey court recently ruled that an insurer was not relieved from its obligation to pay for Merck’s losses after a Russian NotPetya cyberattack. The insurer claimed its ‘Act of War’ ...
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GitHub satellite cyberattack Strontium cyberwarfare counter-drone The Legality of Waging War in Cyberspace

When Cyberattacks Are Acts of War, WIll Insurance Protect You?

As state-sponsored or politically motivated cyberattacks increase, companies in the domestic critical infrastructure sector may find themselves without insurance coverage to cover the costs of detection, investigation, response or rebuilding. This is ...
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Ukraine Beats Russia in Cyberwarfare — at ‘Unprecedented Scale’

Ukraine Beats Russia in Cyberwarfare — at ‘Unprecedented Scale’

Russia is attacking Ukraine with cyberattacks and psyops. But the scale is pathetic and Ukraine is fighting back—hard ...
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Actions Target Russian Govt. Botnet, Hydra Dark Market

Actions Target Russian Govt. Botnet, Hydra Dark Market

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) says it has disrupted a giant botnet built and operated by a Russian government intelligence unit known for launching destructive cyberattacks against energy infrastructure in ...
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Does Your Cyberinsurance Policy Cover Cyberwar?

Despite your best efforts to prevent it, you get hit by a massive cyberattack. Maybe it’s a data breach; maybe a ransomware attack or maybe a supply chain disruption. You engage a ...
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‘Russian’ Wiper Malware: ‘Prelude to war’ in Ukraine

‘Russian’ Wiper Malware: ‘Prelude to war’ in Ukraine

Ukraine is again under malware attack. And the tactics look strikingly similar to 2017’s NotPetya hack by the Russian GRU ...
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At Request of U.S., Russia Rounds Up 14 REvil Ransomware Affiliates

At Request of U.S., Russia Rounds Up 14 REvil Ransomware Affiliates

The Russian government said today it arrested 14 people accused of working for "REvil," a particularly aggressive ransomware group that has extorted hundreds of millions of dollars from victim organizations. The Russian ...
CISO Stories Podcast: NotPetya - 45 Minutes and 10,000 Servers Encrypted

CISO Stories Podcast: NotPetya – 45 Minutes and 10,000 Servers Encrypted

Learn how to prepare and reduce the risk of the next ransomware event as Todd Inskeep, Founder at Incovate Solutions, walks us through the lessons learned after managing out of a NotPetya ...
Deja Vu: What Do NotPetya and SolarWinds Have in Common?

Deja Vu: What Do NotPetya and SolarWinds Have in Common?

As I was waking up in Boston on the morning of June 27, 2017, reports were being shared on social media that an electric power supplier in Ukraine was hit by a ...
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GRU Agents Indicted for Hacking Multiple Targets

The DoJ has charged six Russians, allegedly working for the GRU, with a huge range of computer crimes ...
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