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What might the next iteration of Insurtech be like? Madhu Tadikonda, CEO of cyber underwriter, Corvus Insurance, weighs in.
When a hacker infiltrates your system, paying their ransom demand right away might not be the best approach.
Your incident response plan is the key to coming back from a hack attack.
Is it the night of the living dead for cyber insurance?
When it comes to cyber threat actors, the methods they use to infiltrate a system are always changing. Here’s a look at what organizations should keep top of mind to stay ahead of attack.
Cybersecurity is facing a dearth of qualified professionals… And so is insurance. What’s cyber insurance to do?
Funds transfer fraud may not make headlines like ransomware, but it can be just as devastating for small businesses if they are not prepared.
A session at the VCIA conference discussed 6 trends the captives space should keep on their radar, including the hard market and cyber.
Cybersecurity shouldn’t be just on the CISO or CIO’s shoulders; it must be a collective effort from the board down.
The rush to create tech companies to meet a growing digital need has opened the door to more M&A activity. But with tech, cyber risk abounds.
Who’s behind a cyber attack? A new report identifies the three main types of hackers.
Creative approaches to managing supply chain and the valuation worries caused by inflation are just a few of the topics on the busy mind of Aon’s Joe Peiser.
While the focus for organizations may be on cyber insurance coverage, E&O should also be top of mind.
Insureds renewing cyber insurance programs in the last 18 months know that underwriters have substantially upped their game when it comes to underwriting cyber risk.
Cyber coverage is tightening. Could captives be the safety valve for businesses looking to manage this ever-threatening risk?
Cyber risk continues to be a top concern for businesses, but new legislation to mitigate the risk is on the rise.
Russia’s assault on Ukraine will have far-reaching consequences for governments, businesses and individuals.
Here are three critical steps employers should take if they’re exposed to a business email compromise attack.
Black Kite gives roughly 26% of insurers an “A” grade for their cyber posture, but the remaining 73% are three times more likely to experience a cyber breach.
Despite the ever-rising prevalence of cyberattacks, the field of cyber insurance is still relatively new and evolving. Do you know, then, what’s inside your policy?