You searched for coverage | SC Media

Your search for coverage returned 47 results

Active Filters

Click on a filter below to refine your search. Remove a filter to broaden your search.

Security News remove
Doug Olenick remove

Your search for coverage returned 47 results

Sort Results:

Relevant Recent
Coronavirus

SC Media’s complete coverage: Threat and Preparation

The novel coronavirus is challenging organizations on all fronts. Leaders must contend not only with cyberattackers leveraging COVID-19, but also employee, customer and partner concerns, and business continuity and risk management planning. Visit this page for ongoing updates to coverage from SC Media and other CyberRisk Alliance affiliates — including news analysis, business guidance and insights…
target, data breach
Data Breach, Legal, Security News

Target files $74 million suit against Chubb over breach coverage

The Target has filed a lawsuit against Chubb with the retailer claiming the insurance carrier did not properly compensate it for costs incurred following the 2013 data breach. In the lawsuit Target said the requirement for its banks to replace its customers physical payment cards that were compromised “Constitutes ‘loss of use of tangible property…
Corporate News, Security News

Zurich rolls out cyber insurance coverage for manufacturers

Zurich Insurance has rolled out a new industry specific endoresements to its cyber insurance policies to provide coverage for manufacturers. This additional coverage was created due to the increased cyberthreat these companies are now under and the fact that many manufacturers, particularly mid-sized firms, are unaware and possibly less prepared to deal with, the risks…
SC Corporate News, Security News

Help SC honor Women and Diversity in Cybersecurity with your recommendations

More women may be working in the cybersecurity industry nowadays, but full equality in this space and other sectors is a long way off.  That’s why we at SC Media have been celebrating thought-leading female professionals and the need to elevate overall diversity in the cybersecurity industry in our special annual coverage and hardcopy edition for seven years. To…
Coronavirus, Security News

Threat actors play on people’s desire to help cure Coronavirus

Much like the new cases of COVID-19 that occur daily, cybercriminals are constantly rolling out new tactics, techniques and procedures based on the pandemic. One of the newer attacks, first observed on March 7, uses a Coronavirus themed email to spread RedLine Stealer malware. This is described as a particularly well designed, written and developed…
Coronavirus, Security News

ETSI OSM replaces live hackfest with virtual event

ETSI OSM successfully dodged the Coronavirus outbreak hosting a virtual hacking conference that was originally scheduled to take place in Madrid. ETSI OSM, an open source management and orchestration group, cancelled its hackfest that was originally scheduled for March 9-12 opting instead to host it online due to Coronavirus fears. The organization was able to…
Features, Security News

The hottest topic: Ransomware

The attacks that transpired last year alone arguably made ransomware the hot topic of the year and most likely a leading contender for 2020, as well, but a new element that cropped up late last year – attackers adding a layer of blackmail to the threat of locking a target’s computer system – solidified its…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday covers 99 CVE, 12 critical with one zero day included

Microsoft’s February Patch Tuesday update was much more extensive then has been the norm with 99 CVEs being revealed with 12 considered critical and one fixing a memory corruption zero day in Internet Explorer that is being exploited in the wild. February is also the first month that Microsoft did not issue a general update…
Backdoor
Malware, Security News

ACBbackdoor trojan designed to hit Linux and Windows systems

Intezer Security has found a new backdoor, ACBackdoor, that has no known connection to an operating threat group creating the possibility it could be a harbinger of a new gang’s formation. ACBackdoor is primarily a Linux malware, but Intezer has spotted a Windows variant and the company believes it was created by an experienced group…
Next post in Malware