Ransomware is a form of sophisticated malware, where cybercriminals encrypt devices, data, or entire systems, and hold them in exchange for ransom.
Email providers play an integral part in the operation of most businesses.
Protecting yourself online may seem like an overwhelming task, but individuals and organizations can and should take steps to ensure they are safe in cyberspace.
As cyberattacks, namely ransomware, increase nationwide, there’s one reason we cannot ignore: the growing prevalence of cryptocurrency.
What insurers need to know about supply-chain ransomware attacks and why they present an emerging errors and omissions risk exposure.
How cyber insurance coverages can help mitigate the impact of ransomware-as-a-service.
While targeted ransomware usually only affects individual companies, certain events can be correlated in terms of when and how they experience loss.
Singular breaches no longer have a strictly local impact as individuals are hyperconnected to the internet in myriad ways, from personal digital devices to appliances and…
The increasing scale and sophistication of ransomware attacks – as seen with Colonial Pipeline – has highlighted the importance of greater industry collaboration to…
Inconsistencies and a lack of standardisation in cyber insurance are persistent challenges that can hinder the development of a market still in its early days.
As technology becomes more sophisticated, so does the potential of data. Machine learning is an advanced application of this technology.
With organisations increasingly making use of cloud infrastructure in their supply chains, even the most well-defended enterprises can be exposed to cyber threats.
New guidance from the New York Department of Financial Services guidance recommends several steps insurers can take to manage cyber risk more effectively.
Learn about critical 2021 updates to the forms, rules, and advisory loss costs in Verisk's cyber insurance program.