4 Key Cybersecurity Insurance Cases To Watch

Read Jeff Sistrunk list four key cyber security insurance cases every business should be watching on Law360 : Businesses both large and small are facing an ever-evolving landscape of threats to their cybersecurity, from infiltration by computer hackers to elaborate criminal schemes designed to trick employees into wiring money to overseas bank accounts. Read his […]

biBERK: Cyberthreats change SMB insurance policies

Read Rakesh Gupta explain how growing cyber threats are changing small and medium businesses insurance policies on Silicon Prairie News : It used to be that small and medium-sized businesses weren’t targeted as often as larger corporations. That’s no longer the case. Today, 62 percent of cyberattacks target small and mid-sized businesses. Read his full […]

Manufacturers Buying More Cyber Insurance

Read Jennifer Baljko explain why manufacturers are buying more cyber insurance to protect from cyber attacks on EBN : Cyber attacks are no longer limited to front office interactions with individual customers. The amount of data now integrated into smart products, manufacturing equipment and other machines that keep operations running is a sweet temptation for […]

How cyber insurance helps you deal with a data breach [Infographic]

Data breach is a phenomenon every company hates yet we hear about data breaches so frequently. Not only a data breach can financially wreak a havoc on a companies’ finances, it can also seriously damage its public image and goodwill. Read more about how cyber insurance can help companies deal with a data breach on […]

Business Impact Get Hacked and Your Cybersecurity Company May Pay

The hackers are winning, so the market for cybersecurity insurance is booming. Today businesses accept that they are likely to be breached no matter how much they spend on defenses, and they’ve begun looking for someone to share the cost. Read about how a small but growing number of cybersecurity companies are introducing warranty programs that […]

Cyber insurance coverage must be appropriate to perceived risk

Read why Greg Reber says that cyber insurance must cover all the perceived cyber risks to the company on Security Info Watch : Public agencies and businesses around the world are making cyber risk a top priority. Insuring companies against data breaches is becoming a huge industry even as its nascent role and impact in […]

Why security leaders need to partner with their insurance companies

Read why  Michael Santarcangelo says that security leaders need to partner with their insurance companies to get the best benefits on CSO Online : What comes to mind when you read or hear the phrase “cyber insurance?” Most focus on the “liability” part of cyber insurance, the protection companies seek in the event of a security […]

Need for cyber-security insurance

Read why Sanjay Datta says that every organisation should opt for cyber security insurance on Tech Seen : We’re only halfway through 2017 and the security world has already been on a rollercoaster with plenty of attacks and breaches dominating the headlines. With new worms and viruses hitting the international markets regularly, the need to […]

Why security leaders need to support small business cyber insurance efforts

Read Michael Santarcangelo’s article about why security leaders need to support small and medium businesses to take cyber insurance on CSO Online : Business today increasingly relies on partners. The increase in third party risk programs suggests security leaders take this seriously. The reality is our partners, often small and medium businesses, face growing challenges, too. […]

Five Pitfalls of Cybersecurity Insurance: Lessons from the United States

Read Ruth E. Promislow and Ethan Z. Schiff explain the five pitfalls of cyber security insurance on Lexology : Given the increasing threat of cyberattacks and the corresponding costs, businesses are increasingly considering cybersecurity insurance. But insurance is only as effective as the scope of the coverage. Though Canadian courts have not yet interpreted insurance […]