Tag Archives: ransomware

Cybersecurity Lessons from the Pandemic: Metrics and Decision-Making

– We have discussed previously, such as in my May 18, 2020 BlogInfoSec column, some of the more challenging characteristics of data, such as those relating to value and uncertainty, which are generally not given adequate consideration. This is because these types of data may be much more costly and…

Are Ransom Payments Supporting Terrorists?

– Organizations, particularly those that recognize that they don’t have essential security and data recovery measures in place, have taken out cyber insurance, which they are regularly using to pay off ransomware attackers. I find it curious that these insurance companies seem to be willing to pay…