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    cyber insurance, CDN provider, Cyber Catastrophe

    Fastly outage underscores global Internet fragility and the potential for catastrophic cyber losses

    At approximately 11am in the UK on June 8, Fastly, one of the world’s leading content delivery network (CDN) providers, experienced unplanned downtime, taking down large swaths of the global public...

    6 minute read
    10 Jun 2021, by William Altman
    Cyber Risk, Single Point of Failure, Supply Chain, Aggregation Risk

    SolarWinds and Constant Contact: “Sister” Supply Chain Attacks

    Microsoft reported last week that the Nobelium group (also known as APT29), the Russian-based threat group behind the SolarWinds software supply chain attack discovered in December 2020, struck again...

    4 minute read
    04 Jun 2021, by Charlotte Anderson
    Foresight 2021, Accumulation

    CyberCube Foresight Series - Super-spreader technologies and cyber cat modeling

    In the before-times, we had a full day of presentations, panel discussions, break out sessions, drinks, cakes and more drinks. Foresight is a CyberCube community event where clients, partners and...

    3 minute read
    17 May 2021, by Oliver Brew
    Cyber Risk, Silent cyber, Ransomware, featured_blogs, Critical Infrastructure

    Cyber catastrophe meets enterprise ransomware: Colonial Pipeline attack

    The recent double-extortion ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline has once again brought enterprise ransomware into the spotlight for cyber underwriters and cyber risk aggregation modellers.  What...

    8 minute read
    17 May 2021, by William Altman
    cyber insurance, IoT, 5G, Cyber-Physical

    Examining business interruption in a hyper-connected world

    CyberCube recently took part in the Intelligent Insurer webinar “Address Business Interruption in a Hyper-Connected World,” which focused on how an increase in interconnectivity through the Internet...

    3 minute read
    28 Apr 2021, by Jenna McGrath

    Sharing documents - a graph database approach

    The capability for users to share documents between themselves is important in any software. It allows team members to collaborate more efficiently. 

    6 minute read
    16 Apr 2021, by Emmanuel Thioux
    cyber insurance, CyberCube

    CyberCube celebrates its two-year anniversary of opening its Tallinn office

    Max Sokolov, Head of Engineering, and Technical Recruiter Irina Filippova share the story of how CyberCube came to select Estonia as CyberCube’s third office location, and outlines the highs and lows...

    5 minute read
    15 Apr 2021, by Irina Filippova
    cyber insurance, P&C insurance, cyber insurance pricing, MGAs

    Inside P&C Recap -  Cyber Insurance: market-wide repricing?

    CyberCube recently had the pleasure to sponsor the “Inside P&C Live – Shaping the Future of Risk” conference this year. Oliver Brew, Head of Client Success at CyberCube was one of the panelists for...

    3 minute read
    07 Apr 2021, by Giulia Viscovich
    cyber insurance, cc_hosted_event

    Collaboration in action: Foresight user conference takeaways

    Collaboration is a tricky buzzword in cyber risk and insurance circles. It is often misinterpreted and ‘dumbed-down’ to just being a euphemism for a meeting, in some cases!

    2 minute read
    25 Mar 2021, by Rebecca Bole
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