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Insurance coverage for cyber-related property damage, new regulations for drones, and upcoming changes to federal labor laws topped the list of concerns for insurance buyers according to Marsh report.
RMS found that the two riskiest ports are in Japan; six are in the United States, and the final two in Europe.
Researchers at Gartner expect worldwide spending on information security products and services to grow another 7.9 percent to $81.6 billion this year
The current global geopolitical landscape has become one of the most unstable in recent memory, a fact that has serious economic & organizational implications for risk managers.
According to a new report from Intel Security, 82% of respondents reported a shortage of talent when seeking cybersecurity hires.
Willis' most recent cyber claims briefing found that the claims process could become increasingly complicated by the interplay between organizations holding consumer data and the government seeking data.
According to a UK report, cybercrime now exceeds all other crime combined in the UK. It is a growing problem costing the UK economy billions per year.
A severe solar storm could shut down the US power grid for months and cause up to $2.7 trillion in damage in a new report from the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and AIG.
A recent survey of information security professionals showed a relative lack of concern over the current US presidential election’s effect on global cybersecurity.
According to the 2016 Hiscox Embezzlement Study, 40 percent of all employee theft crimes are committed by individuals in the finance or accounting role.