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Top CyberSecurity News For 25th May 2016

  1. Insure against a cyberwhat now? How the heck do we crunch those numbers?.From The Register. The head of a UK industry insurance organisation has called for the government to create a database where companies would be obliged to “record details of cyber attacks”. 
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The Developing Cyber-Gap In Insurance Coverage

Conventional wisdom has been that insureds might be able to recoup losses for cyber-related risks causing personal injury or property damage to third parties by submitting claims to their general liability insurers.   358 more words

Insurance Coverage

Data Breach: Consequences & Repercussions

The consequence of not managing data storage needs, more importantly, not understanding the data being stored can result in magnificent costs to both the bottom line and the time it takes to reconcile the data breach. 1,117 more words

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Cyber crime

NZI recently did a sponsored article on NZ Herald about Cyber crime and cyber security.

According to  Netsafe, cyber crime likely costs New Zealand between $250m to $400m. 142 more words


Patient privacy: Can past lessons prevent future failures?

7 May 2016

Niam Yaraghi’s post ‘Patient privacy: Can past lessons prevent future failures?’, published May 5, 2016 on Brookings Techtank Blog, is absolutely worth reading. 352 more words


Cyber Insurance, it's worth another look for most businesses

In the course of life I find all sorts of reasons to worry.  It really doesn’t take much to get me going.  But technology is my business and it takes a lot to shake me, but recently I’ve been shaken.  547 more words

Cyber insurance finding a market among non-profits

Source:  IBA Magazine

Do non-profits need cyber insurance? Of course they do. If anything, they may need coverage even more than businesses do.

What kinds of information do non-profits keep on their networks or—increasingly—in the cloud?   303 more words