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Hyperconnectivity and driverless cars raise new cyber risks for automakers and their suppliers.
The energy sector is a top target of cyber attackers. A successful attack is only a matter of “when.”
Driverless technology is flowing to the oceans, but risks will slow global adoption.
A look at the latest decisions impacting the industry.
Cloud-based technology has many advantages. Security may not be one of them.
Cloud computing may be virtual, but the facilities behind it represent a property exposure.
Brokers may be dropping the ball on cyber coverage for smaller clients.
Health care POS systems are just as vulnerable as those used by retailers such as Target.
Risk experts grade Target's efforts to manage the reputation damage caused by the data breach.
A supposed data breach sends a regional grocer scrambling to do damage control.
Sophisticated security breaches have banks scrambling for customized cyber coverage.
Small businesses are prime targets for cyber theft.
Experts addressed cyber terrorism, regulatory turbulence and a reinsurance industry in transition.
E-discovery rules vary greatly from nation to nation.
Data security is not a top concern for most insurers even as cyber risks grow.
The health care industry is facing competing pressures to protect patient information as well as to share it.
Most boards of directors are not reviewing insurance coverage for cyber-related risks.
Web-based air traffic control introduces new cyber risks to aviation.
C-level executives are stepping up their involvement in shaping and driving digital strategies.
Can government regulations keep up with changing technologies to control cyber risk?