The Download Links links below provide news and updates on the UK Cyber Risk Strategy.
Over the past year, the BSI Risk Management Committee has been working on developing new guidance that aims to help top executives better understand and manage the technology risks to their organizations.
ACE Group today announced the launch of a new, independent cyber risk business unit as it continues to strengthen its local underwriting and risk management capabilities across Continental Europe and build its market leadership in this growing area of emerging risk.
The announcement follows research by ACE which indicates that cyber is a “top three” emerging issue for European risk managers and represents a further evolution of the work of ACE’s global cyber practice, first established in 2014.
Interesting Video clip covering the consequences and fallout from the Sony Hack as featured on FortuneLive.
Robert Herjavec makes it clear that the cost and impact goes far beyond Sony and signposts the way to both major change in markets, particularly insurance. He predicts board level and government focus sharpening and that the frequency and severity is getting worse and worse.
Companies of all sizes have recognised the tremendous opportunity the Internet presents for conducting business. But great reward also comes with great risk.
Cyber Risk has now emerged as a high-profile problem; so much so, it has been escalated to third position on the corporate boards risk register.
In the 21st century everyone needs to take cyber risk seriously.
The theft of intellectual property from the U.S. is "unprecedented," and costs the nation an estimated $300 billion each year, according to the IP Commission Report, issued in May.
Worse, corporate employees—through their information sharing practices—are making it easy for IP thieves.
This is the first of our 2015 research projects that is taking a look at how SME firms view and act on Cyber Risk. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey.
Verisign has published data on the nature and scale of Distributed Denial of Service Attacks (DDoS).
The Trends Report warns that DDos attacks are continuing to grow in terms of size and frequency and that companies lacking expertise and resources to defend themselves are particulalry vulnerable.