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Cyber Threats to the Insurance Industry

Written by Gal Landesman

In recent years, insurance companies have been finding themselves affected by the rising number of major incidents of cyberattacks. On the one hand, this trend presents a business opportunity for selling cyber insurance to organizations concerned about protecting their sensitive assets. 655 more words

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Prepare Today for Tomorrow’s Security Attack: How Automated Threat Response Strategies Increase Protection & Decrease Risk

This post is by Dwayne Ruffin, Chief Market Development Executive at CSG Invotas.

One of my colleagues likes to say that cybersecurity starts at the top.  581 more words

Guest Posts

Penny wise, Found foolish

Increasing #cyber-crimes, and technology misuse world over is the greatest terror attack now-a-days to every individual.If ignored for long,it gives us a knock on our head;probably a wake up call. 204 more words

Homeland Security Conference 2014 @ FICCI

Today was the second (as well as last) day of conference on Homeland Security organised by FICCI, Delhi. Yesterday’s welcome address at conference was given by Dr. 533 more words

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Monsanto Faces Dual Threat After Intellectual Property Theft

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Monsanto is grappling with overseas intellectual property theft, though Fontbonne cyber security professor Al Carlson says the seed company doesn’t just face a problem with those who’d like to steal what it does—but also those who’d like to stop what it does. 342 more words


Online Tracking Is Getting Creepier (And More..)

Here are a few interesting reads, for you thinkers out there.

Why Online Tracking Is Getting Creepier

The merger of online and offline data is bringing more intrusive tracking.

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Mind the Gap – Mind your Android

Android holds approximately 80% of the global mobile market today. Due to the popularity of the Android operating system for mobile phones, it serves as a more attractive target for hackers and cyber criminals than iOS mobile phones. 411 more words

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