Yuval Wollman draws on his experience in the Israeli intelligence community to offer insights on the current ransomware landscape — and how to best protect against a new generation of attackers.
The cloud comes with tantalizing promises of greater efficiency, improved data security, and boosted profits. But the cloud is not infallible, and outages are inevitable. Here’s what IT leaders need to know.
Marianne Bailey of Guidehouse brings her experience in government to bear on the private sector. In this interview, she offers insight on Ukraine and security best practices
To handle supply chain attacks, ransomware and other incidents, companies need cyber incident response plans that include third parties. In this interview, Marianne Bailey of Guidehouse shares her lessons learned from handling major events in government.
‘People write in the corporate Slack about their air-raid warnings.’ Tech workers tell us how they’re using their talents to continue business, protect co-workers, and defend their country during wartime. An InformationWeek Special Report by Richard Pa…
Cyber insurers are rejecting claims for damages caused by acts of cyberwar, which begs the question: what is “cyberwar”? As Russian-Ukrainian conflict reaches a fever pitch, CIOs and CISOs need an answer.
The costs of downtime, response, recovery, reputational damage, and more may make a little ransom payout to cyberattackers look like pocket change. Part 2 of 2.
Tens of thousands or tens of millions? What’s the going rate of a ransom request? Part 1 of 2.
With cyber-attacks on the rise, cyber insurance is becoming a necessity for many organizations. But costs are skyrocketing, and claims are being denied.