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Sun, 04/11/2021

Wyatt Travnichek was the person responsible for monitoring the water quality in eight central countries in Kansas. In January 2019, he resigned for unknown reasons.

Two years later, Travnichek is charged with “illegally tampering with a public drinking water system”. Earlier this month,...

Thu, 04/01/2021

Ransomware attacks have been occurring more frequently over the past few years, and one sector that has been extremely impacted is education. Universities and places of higher education store personal data of tens of thousands of students each, which makes them more prone to ransom attacks. ...

Tue, 03/09/2021

The risk of physical damage or injury due to cyberattacks on industrial control systems is becoming. “increasingly likely,” and poses a real threat to the cyber insurance world, according to a new study from Lloyd’s of London, CyberCube, and Guy Carpenter.

Information technology and...

Tue, 03/09/2021

On the heels of releasing a cyber risk insurance framework, the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) issued an alert about a “systemic and aggressive” campaign to steal data from public-facing websites.

Hackers appear to be collecting consumer information as part of an...

Thu, 03/04/2021

Auto insurers that pay back stolen car loans are never considered the ones responsible for increased levels of car theft. Similarly, home insurers do not bear the brunt of contributing to rises in burglary. The question that is raised by many in the public is then why do cyber insurers bear...

Thu, 11/19/2020

While everyone’s eyes we on the possibility of cyberattacks against government systems during the US presidential election, hospitals in America were, in fact, actually being attacked. The FBI reported on October 27th that more than 500 hospitals in the United States had been targeted...

Sun, 04/05/2020

 

Industrial Control Systems (ICS) are used to manage the internal operations of facilities by allowing...