In this fictive scenario, a burgeoning small town bakery is hit with a ransomware attack demanding Bitcoin payments… or else. But when this baker pays, no questions asked, she soon learns that maybe asking a question or two could have benefited her business.
A growing number of lawsuits are being filed across the U.S. for alleged violations of the 1988 Video Privacy Protection Act by a range of entities from news and media outlets to digital health providers. Cyber insurers are paying close attention to these judgments, as they may influence privacy claims for years to come.
This fictive scenario sees U.S. public schools falling victim time and time again to elaborate social engineering schemes concocted by dastardly cybercriminals. But the fiction only goes so deep when looked at in reality.
If you wanted to secure your house, would you just lock the doors and forget about the open windows? Time and time again, organizations do just that with their cyber risk management, discovering too late that they have failed to protect assets that they were unaware existed. External threats like data exfiltration often result from… View Article