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Pegasystems Partners with Vormetric on Data Security

By Justin Stephani

Partnership intended to simplify the BPM and CRM provider’s encryption approach.

Survey: 70% of Small Business Owners Interested in Data Breach Insurance

By Carrie Burns

Commissioned by The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co., Ponemon Institute’s survey results show many small businesses have had a data breach, almost all involving electronic records.

AIG Releases Cyber Security App

By Justin Stephani

Recent survey reveals cyber risks to be the biggest business concern; insurer develops mobile app in response.

Data Breach at Nationwide Leaves 1.1 Million at Risk

By Justin Stephani

Attorneys General around the country receive notices from the insurer this morning about social security numbers, driver’s license numbers and other personal information of its customers being compromised.

IT Security Spending Boom Continues

By Justin Stephani

Asia/Pacific region spearheads global market growth; Symantec retains its global industry lead.

Chubb Offers Cyber Liability Incentives

By Pat Speer

Reimbursement of cyber security product costs offered to commercial lines customers.

SEC Wants Cyber Attack Reports

By Pat Speer

Thanks to a flood of high-profile cyber attacks, for the first time, U.S. securities regulators have formally asked public companies to disclose cyber attacks against them.

Scam Artists Use Farmers’ as Cover

By INN Editorial Staff

Farmers Insurance issues warning: the check you just received in the mail could be a hoax, and cashing it opens your bank account to scammers.

WellPoint Near Agreement on Large Breach Class Action Suit

By Joseph Goedert

Under terms of settlement, health insurer would provide credit monitoring and identity theft protection to victims of data breach.

Chubb Introduces Service to Aid in Data Breach Recovery

By Carrie Burns

The service, available through eRisk Hub can assist business managers in finding a specialist law firm to assess the situation and identify next steps to help minimize potential liabilities.

Allstate Files Million-Dollar Insurance Fraud Case in New York

By Pat Speer

Laypersons allegedly illegally owned and controlled professional corporations that submitted claims for psychological services.

At Joplin Hospital and Data Center, Speed Boosts Tornado Recovery

By Justin Kern

Amid rubble, IT professionals worked to transmit and safeguard patient data.

Companies Too Reliant on IT Teams to Assess Cyber Risks

By Carrie Burns

As cyber attacks across all sectors continue to increase, risk managers need to take a broader look at how they address the issue, survey says.

State Insurance Commissioner Investigating Health Net Security Breach

By Pat Speer

Troubles are mounting for the health insurer over loss of several server drives containing enrollee and employee information.

Battle Rages On Against Payments Fraud

By Pat Speer

An increase in financial losses proves that fraudsters are becoming more targeted in their attacks, often leveraging new channels, such as electronic payments.

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