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As corporate directors and security teams scramble to ensure they meet the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) new cybersecurity regulations, claims due to mishandling protected personally identifiable information (PII) could rival the cost of ransomware attacks, warns David Anderson, vice president of cyber liability at Woodruff Sawyer, a national insurance brokerage. While privacy claims take […]

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The number of victims that ransomware groups posted on their data leak sites increased by 50% last year according to an analysis by researchers from Palo Alto Networks. Twenty-five new groups also appeared last year but some of them had a short life until they disbanded or rebranded. Noteworthy trends include the use of exploits […]

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Ransomware, as you know, is a big problem. In the last few years, this digital crime has largely harmed big organizations. But, ordinary people like us are now starting to take a lot more direct heat. For the last nine months, ordinary consumers, including parents and patients, have found themselves in the crosshairs of these […]

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