Enemy Cyber Campaigns Target Private Sector
World War II strategy offers insights into how nation-states are hacking into U.S. companies.
Giuliani: Trump Has Long Way to Go on Cyber Risk
The president’s cyber adviser and former New York City mayor thinks cyber-defense systems are five years behind the hackers.
Risk Management Costs Dove 5% in 2016
The main drivers were drops of 12% in the cost of covering property risks; 6% for workers’ compensation; and 5% for liability.
The Business of Cyber Crime
Picture professional hacking outfits where employees work 9 to 5 and have call centers to help them.
Boards Push Insurers to Quantify Cyber Risks
But the insurance industry is in its infancy on cyber and is too focused on pushing products.
Why Low Interest Rates Boost Insurance Prices
A steady drop in insurance companies’ investment income is prodding them to charge you more.
‘Total Cost of Risk’ Redefined
Risk managers, often seen mostly as insurance buyers, have work to do in expanding their view of risk to match those of senior executives and board members.