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    APIs, Business interruption, Data innovation

    Too much cyber data or too little?

    Sharpening insights in the eye of the data storm

    3 minute read
    26 Jan 2021, by Pascal Millaire
    cyber security, threat landscape, Social Engineering

    Advances in social engineering technology (and why we should care)

    I’ve written before about the dangers of socially-engineered cyber attacks and how psychological trickery can be one of the most effective tools in the armoury of a cybercriminal. In this blog from...

    2 minute read
    15 Jan 2021, by Darren Thomson
    cyber insurance, Zero-Days, Windows, Aggregation Scenario

    Analyzing the footprint of recent Chrome and Windows zero-days discovery

    This article was co-authored by Alejandro Sauter and Trishala Neeraj.

    6 minute read
    24 Dec 2020, by Alejandro Sauter
    Cloud, Cat Risk, Cyber Attack

    The SolarWinds hack - implications for the insurance industry

    This article was co-authored by Oli Brew and William Altman. Much has been written in the cyber security press in the days since Austin-based network management company SolarWinds disclosed that a...

    2 minute read
    21 Dec 2020, by Oliver Brew
    cyber security, threat landscape, Cloud

    Another Cloud Outage – Are We Headed For “The Big One”?

    3 minute read
    30 Nov 2020, by Darren Thomson
    Featured, Cyber Risk, Cyber Risk Modeling, Coronavirus, Pandemic

    Viruses, contagion and tail risk: modeling cyber risk in the age of pandemics

    The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically influenced every aspect of how we live, work and think about systemic risk. During the course of 2020, as the pandemic became ingrained in the...

    2 minute read
    12 Nov 2020, by Oliver Brew
    Featured, Cyber Risk, cyber security, Ransomware, Data

    Enterprise Ransomware: To Pay or Not to Pay… Is that even the question?

    The question for businesses as to whether or not they should pay ransoms demanded by cybercriminals is certainly not one that can be answered in simple terms. On the one hand, the paying of ransoms...

    2 minute read
    06 Nov 2020, by Darren Thomson
    Data, threat landscape, Cloud, Cloud Services

    More Cloudy, Less Chance of Data Breach?

    "Should we move to the cloud?" This a common question from the C-suite for IT stakeholders. Usually, the follow-up question will be, “how secure would it be for the data and applications?” or “how...

    3 minute read
    15 Oct 2020, by Wenfeng Yan
    Start-up, Software Development, CyberCube

    Building great engineering teams from the ground up - ingredients for success

    As a career technologist who has led Engineering teams and organizations - both locally and worldwide - for the last 20+ years, I was really excited to join CyberCube to build a team in Tallinn,...

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    13 Oct 2020, by Max Sokolov
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