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Read about today's most urgent cyber security risks in the Threat Intelligence highlights from April, which discusses how hackers are targeting Zoom video chat software, a second major data breach for hotel giant Marriott, SilverTerrier BEC scammers targeting multiple U.S. industries, and more.
One of the most difficult questions clients ask is: “How high should my limit be for liability insurance?” The question of losses related to business insurance claims is in the spotlight today because of the widespread uncertainty around COVID-19 and, more significantly, the growing cost to mitigate and settle claims. Of course you don’t want to pay for coverage you don’t need, but you also shouldn’t ignore the trends that are making insurance claims increasingly expensive.
Read about today's most urgent cyber security risks in the Threat Intelligence highlights from March, which discusses a new ransomware called “CoronaVirus,” COVID-19 email scams, business email compromise (BEC) schemes, big ransomware payouts, modified Trojans targeting remote workforces, and more.
With so many employees now working from home, employers should take steps to protect their employees, remote devices and networks from cyber threats. In a recent work-from-home survey conducted by Threatpost.com, since employers have implemented work-from-home policies in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, 40% have already reported seeing an increase in cyber attacks. As employers continue to ask employees to work remotely, these cybersecurity practices can help maintain the integrity of their data and systems.
Having a business disruption plan and an effective backup procedure ensures that your operations can get back to normal as quickly as possible following an interruption. A comprehensive cyber liability policy can help provide additional coverage and support in the event of a data breach or other cyber event.
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Increased cybersecurity risks as tensions rise between the U.S. and Iran, the debut of a sophisticated new enterprise-targeting ransomware, and severe vulnerabilities threatening Windows 10 users are the big news items in this edition of Threat Intelligence.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is the most consequential privacy legislation the United States has seen and is often compared to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for its comprehensive approach to privacy protection, as well as the impact it will have on businesses worldwide. Many employers in the Midwest may not realize how their business may be impacted the CCPA. The act has a wide scope that may extend well beyond California, and major enforcement actions and class-action lawsuits can stem from CCPA noncompliance for employers nationwide.
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