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Pros and cons of cyber insurance
Many board and c-suites invest in cyber risk insurance cover as part of digital governance strategies, but also because they see it as a cost-effective way to mitigate possible financial ‘over-investment’ in cyber security tech. As more insurance providers launch cyber policies designed for all kinds of organisations and requirements, how can senior executives assess the actual value of being insured against cyber attack damage, and ensure that they buy the best policy for their business?

New workplace tech = new cyber risk?
We’ve come to think of networked computer systems as the main attack vector for cyber threats to aim at. But other IoT-class technologies now entering the workplace – such as collaboration screens, meeting/remote presence platforms, connected vending machines, and even Wi-Fi-enabled ‘smart desks’ – can have vulnerabilities that digital malefactors can exploit to launch attacks. Such technologies can be installed without the knowledge of the IT department, but with the approval of senior managers – so who’ll be in the firing line if they’re hacked into? Cyber Security Europe investigates.

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