Ask any CISO and they’ll tell you dealing with the immediate challenges of an active cyber incident is only half the battle (less, actually). An effective response requires a well-executed strategy that covers both ...Read more
On October 4, 2021, a faulty configuration change impacted 3.5 billion people.Read more
We're diving into the details of a key insuring agreement to help brokers better understand their clients' cyber coverage.Read more
Risk-Based Vulnerability Management (RBVM) - a better way to add context to your vulnerability management program.Read more
At Corvus, our risk & response experts work with policyholders and cybersecurity partners to implement measures that mitigate risk for their organizations, including with Smart Tech E&O policyholders.Read more
How to Identify, Attract and Retain: 3 Steps to Solve Your Cyber Talent Problem
Threat actors show no signs of slowing down. And as long as they continue to make a profit, we shouldn’t expect that to change anytime soon. Unfortunately, for all of us that aren’t actively deploying ransomware, we’re stuck playing multiple roles: technology experts, defenders, and part-time psychics.
Along with that, cyber insurers are now placing more responsibility on the policyholder’s shoulders, making certain security controls non-negotiable if you want to be insured. It benefits both parties, but there’s an obvious burden of time, expertise and finances to implement measures that boost your cyber hygiene. Our Risk + Response team talks to dozens of policyholders a month, and many are realizing that as they invest in better security measures, they’ll need the personnel to carry out their plans.READ THE BLOG