A hacked power grid turning the lights out for millions, a dam being controlled by an adversary — these are the kinds of nightmare situations cybersecurity researchers often talk about in the context of cyber warfare or ...Read more
As ransomware rose to become the single biggest driver of cyber insurance claims in 2020, we felt that this aspect of cyber risk deserved more detailed reporting for brokers and policyholders. So we got to work. We ...Read more
Microsoft Exchange: Where We are Now
Exchange Server Catch-up: What’s happened, where we are now, and why your clients must be vigilant
It’s been three weeks since the bat signal was lit at Microsoft HQ. The zero-day exploit in Microsoft’s on-premise Exchange Server software counts as one of the most widespread vulnerabilities of its kind in the last few years, with the number of systems unprotected when the patches were initially released estimated to be nearly 200,000.
Since then there’s been a flurry of activity from several key actors: Microsoft itself, U.S. CISA, various security and cyber insurance firms, and, unfortunately, from cybercriminals taking advantage of vulnerable systems, too.
In the Binoculars: Stephen Tarleton, CMO
We’re taking the opportunity to dive in deeper with our Chief Marketing Officer here at Corvus, Stephen Tarleton. With experience leading marketing teams at technology companies — including Dell, AT&T and various start-ups — he’s excited to amplify Corvus’s presence as the top provider of Smart Commercial Insurance products.
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