[SecurityWeek] Improving Security Posture to Lower Insurance Premiums

Cyber insurance is a new branch of an old industry. That industry has centuries of experience in insuring shipping and a hundred or more years of insuring motor cars — but only a few decades of cyber knowledge. It has comparatively little knowledge of either cyber risk or the financial insurance risk – and nobody yet knows where this new journey will take it.

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[SecurityWeek] Is Your SecOps Solution Keeping Up?

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The goal of any SecOps system is to collect, correlate, and assess data gathered from every corner of the network to detect and investigate anomalous behavior and then respond promptly to thwart an attack before its damage is done. And when networks were primarily contained within a clearly defined and static perimeter, this was not […]

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[ZDNet] Western Australia finally thinks about quarantining COVID check-in info from cops

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