Featured posts from our MOXFIVE Technical Advisors with thoughts and stories to help minimize the business impact of cyber attacks.
In this 7th post in our Understanding Costs of Incident Response series, we will explore the nuances of counsel and litigation costs in incident response and why they should be an integral part of an organization's cybersecurity planning.
To Pay or not to Pay? In this post, we look at things to consider when deciding whether or not to pay a ransom and why it may not be the "easy button" many think it is.
In the second post of this series, we look at investigation costs. These are the first costs incurred and the investigation lays the foundation for the rest of the IR process.
In this series, we look at the various costs that may be incurred during a typical ransomware incident and discuss key security controls that can help organizations minimize the impact of a cyber-attack.
As cyber threats evolve, understanding the changing cyber insurance market is essential for organizations to ensure adequate coverage. This article for InsuranceNewsNet.com looks at key points to keep in mind when considering a cyber policy.
In this blog, we look at 8 examples of best practices that can be implemented to provide for a more resilient architecture.
Picking a forensics provider is one of the first critical decisions you have to make when faced with a cyber incident. In this blog, we cover the capabilities to consider when evaluating a potential provider.
Regulations abound and new ones are added all the time, but breaches still happen. Why? Because compliance frameworks are flawed and do not get into the technical weeds on effective implementation. There is an opportunity for the insurance industry to help drive things forward, especially for SMBs.
Learn how MOXFIVE's platform-based approach to incident management drives increased efficacy and quicker resolution of complex challenges while also reducing costs and making life easier for all parties involved.
This year’s Colonial Pipeline breach turned a spotlight on the debate over whether or not cyber ransoms should be paid by victims of these attacks. This blog examines why we think payment bans are bad policy.
Changes in the cyber insurance industry are driving a change in how organizations are investing in security.
See how we assess an organization’s security risk and ability to prevent ransomware attacks.
Cyber claims have departed from lost laptops and basic malware claims and the industry is now realizing that it's less prepared to deal with
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