Hacking that targets individuals and business is now a way of life. This has created a vast and growing market for cyber insurance, costing companies at least $3.25 billion each year in annual premiums. But that’s a drop in the bucket compared to what they will pay to insurers by 2025 – as much as $20 billion, according to Allianz SE, the world’s largest insurer. There is also a market for individuals who fear that they, or their families, could be hacked.
Government Contracting – Cyber Insurance Requirements for Fed...
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Report: Insecure Contractor Emails Leave Government Vulnerable
Federal IT contractors aren’t using an email security tool that’s now mandated for agencies. Out of 50 top government information technology contractors, 49 aren’t completely securing their email systems against spoofing and phishing attacks, according to a study released Wednesday. Read Joseph Marks’s article on NextGov’s website here.Read Post