October 15, 2020
The cost of cyber insurance is determined by a variety of factors including coverage limits, the size of your company, industry-specific risk, history of claims, and existing security measures. In 2019, the average cost of cyber insurance in the United States (the country that is most often targeted with cyber attacks) was about $1,500 per year or $125 per month. In this article, we’ll break down the factors that determine cyber security insurance cost, how you can find the right price, and how you can make sure your policy is right for you.
October 8, 2020
The more we evolve as a species, the more technology we create. And in today’s modern world, that technology keeps us connected and online. But as we spend more and more of our time—both work and personal—online, the more risks we see that can lead to financial loss, business disruption, and even reputation loss. In this article, we’ll cover the basics of cyber risk, who’s at risk, and how to manage and assess your cyber security risk.
October 1, 2020
Cyber attacks are rising by the second, and businesses, both small and large, are at risk. There’s no need to look beyond today’s headlines to see why cyber liability insurance is essential for businesses today.
September 23, 2020
Last week, a new exploitable vulnerability in Microsoft Active Directory called Zerologon (CVE-2020-1472), was released publicly. Successful exploitation allows any user to become a Domain Administrator with global access to all computers in the enterprise in about 10 seconds. The vulnerability opens a quick path for criminal actors to conduct crippling business-wide lockdown and ransom events.
September 1, 2020
I sat down with Frank Brown, CFO of RiskSense, to hear his take on the CFO’s responsibility for cyber security, his advice to others in similar c-suite roles, and the trends he expects to see in the next ten years. Overall, his take was incredibly valuable, reiterating how important cyber education is for executives, employees, and organizations as a whole.
August 25, 2020
Malware, short for “malicious software,” is commonly found as a computer virus, spyware, ransomware, worm, adware, or a Trojan horse. Malware typically disguises itself as something else in order to get into your system and execute its program. If you’ve been infected, read on to learn how you can get rid of the malware on your system and what steps to take next.
August 18, 2020
Learning how to detect malware and get rid of malware is becoming increasingly important for anyone who accesses the Internet and works online. In this article, we’ll cover how to detect malware on your computer, including the many warning signs that you’ve been infected with malware.
August 11, 2020
Malware is a type of malicious software. It’s built to cause disruption on your computer or your network, typically to extract data or information that can then be used for financial gain. The stolen data or information could range from health records to employee usernames and passwords to bank account information.