The Internet of Things (IoT) and other new technologies create a variety of new security risks especially when connected to the internet. Cyber criminals can exploit these vulnerabilities to harm customers
US Data Breaches hit an all time high in 2016
Law firms need to realise that Cyber insurance is not only for â€˜internet-based or technology companies`.
Stories about the Panama data breach, involving the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, hit the world’s media this week.
We have all read of the TalkTalk data breach in 2015 where more than 157,000 of its customers’ personal details were accessed.
After four years of discussions, an agreement has been reached between the EU Parliament, European Commission and EU Council for the formation of a new EU data protection framework, heralding a new harmonised future for data protection law in Europe.
The fact that we need #safeInternetDay for online security suggests that the message is not getting through. There are many ways to improve your safety online and today Google has offered 5 simple tips to safeguard your online account ..
With cyber risks on every boardroom agenda, the moment has come for the cyber insurance sector to respond
Insurers are stepping up to deal with the changing face of digital risk, says Safeonline COO Geoff Kinsella
For standalone cyber and terrorism policies respectively, the issue of cover is clearly one which will be a source of disputes in years to come. From a geo-political standpoint, cyber attacks unfortunately don’t seem to be going away.