Privacy and Security Law – The New Normal

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Cyber Insurance and Ransomware: Traditional Property Policy Held to Cover Cyber Loss

Are you covered?

Do you carry cyber insurance for your business? Do you know whether it covers “ransomware” attacks that delete or disable your data unless you pay the hacker to release it?

Ransomware attacks are increasingly common in all industrial sectors, and they frequently hit smaller and medium-sized companies. Such businesses make good targets, because they are less likely to have in place a robust security and incident response plan, and therefore have no alternative way to get their business data back in place.

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U.S. Companies Should Increase Cyber Awareness In Light Of U.S./Iran Posture

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Global cyber security network

The Department of Homeland Security has issued a strong warning to U.S. businesses to pay close attention to their cyber security to guard against any attacks from Iran, which has a history of cyberattacks in the U.S.

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