Why are cyber insurers incentivizing clients to invest in specific vendors?
Insurers are exploring cybersecurity as an area with growth potential.
AIG says its cyber insurance plans don't cover criminal acts; wants lawsuit tossed
It's the latest dispute between an insurer and client over whether a plan can cover losses incurred by online fraud.
Shareholders allege FedEx covered up damages caused by NotPetya attack
FedEx didn't account for remediation when it said the NotPetya ransomware attack would cost roughly $400 million, according to the suit.
Demand for cyber insurance grows as volatility scares off some providers
How do you quantify the risk of the next NotPetya attack? Maybe by re-thinking whether you want to offer cyber insurance at all.
Forcepoint execs: CrowdStrike's warranty is nothing more than marketing
Forcepoint CEO Matt Moynahan: "It probably puts you on the defensive more so than not."
CrowdStrike announces $1 million warranty for breaches that happen under its watch
Organizations generally have to bear all the cost of a breach, even if they retain a cybersecurity company. CrowdStrike is offering a warranty.