The C-Suite Is Optimistic About Ransomware. Are They Right?

The majority of C-suite executives are confident in their organization’s protection against ransomware attacks. At least, that’s what a recent research report from ISC2 shows. In fact, just 15% express a lack of confidence. Does this confidence take into account the nearly 53% rise in double extortion ransomware attacks between…

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Who Is Legally Responsible for a Cyber Incident?

After a company discovers a cyber attack on its network, the finger-pointing begins. The CEO blames the chief information security officer (CISO). The CISO blames the financial officers for not setting aside enough money for cyber defenses. The chief information officer begins to look for a scapegoat further down the…

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Looking for Cyber Insurance? Know Your Eligibility

Before leaving on an extended (and expensive) vacation, I bought travel insurance. I wanted to protect myself in case I or my traveling partner tested positive for COVID-19. I had to answer a number of questions about my eligibility for such insurance before they would approve me. Nor did the…

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