Cyber incidents and the macroeconomic situation rank as the top two risks in Morocco this year, according to the latest Allianz Risk Barometer published earlier this month.
Ransomware will remain public enemy number one in terms of cyber security according to new security predictions for 2023 from cyber security company Red Access.
Business interruption and cyber incidents rank as the biggest risks in Asia Pacific this year, according to the latest Allianz Risk Barometer published yesterday.
The average cost of data breaches is expected to surpass $5m per incident in 2023 according to a new study by cyber security and data protection company Acronis.
Increasing cyber risk is sharpening the appetite for insurance coverage, especially in Asia where new legislation is likely to drive a standalone cyber market boom in 2023, says Mr Lucien Mounier - Beazley's head of Asia Pacific.
Despite the speed and complexity of cyber security and data privacy regulations, a majority of companies are still underprepared for the data protection challenges that lie ahead according to a new survey.
The Joint Financial Sector Regulators Forum (JFSRF) will look into forming a technical working group that will make recommendations to the National Treasury on how to regulate the crypto industry.
The Christmas season is always a special season and more so for cyber criminals, as they take advantage of shopping days to intensify phishing attacks, ransomware and even dropping malware into emails according to Check Point Software.
Almost half (49%) of the Singaporean employees work remotely, blurring the lines between personal and professional life and thus expanding cyber attack surfaces massively according to the 2022 Singapore User Risk Report released by Proofpoint.
The insurance market in Australia remains somewhat challenging overall, while conditions have begun to stabilise, says Gallagher, an insurance broking, risk management and employee benefits consulting company.