cyber response News

CNA Central, CNA Surety Now Back Online; Work on Other Portals Continues

CNA Insurance said it continues to make progress in restoring its operations following a March 21 cyber attack. Today it announced that cna.com, including CNA Central and cnasurety.com, are back online. This means that CNA’s small business agents and brokers …

CNA Says Email Now Safe As Cyber Attack Recovery Progresses

CNA Insurance expects its corporate email and other functions to be fully operational soon as it continues its recovery efforts following a March 21 cyber attack. In an April 1 security update, the company said it is now safe to …

Analysts Affirm CNA Ratings As Insurer Continues Probe of Cyber Attack

CNA Financial Corp.’s financial ratings have not been affected by the insurer’s recent cyber attack. AM Best, S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings all affirmed their current ratings and outlooks for CNA and its subsidiaries and said they believe the …

CFC Expands Cyber Insurance Product with Business Interruption Cover

CFC, the London-based managing general agent that specializes in emerging risks, announced it has expanded its cyber insurance product to include business interruption as well as a variety of cyber-crime activities. With CFC’s new cyber insurance product, businesses will benefit …

Chubb Enhances Global Cyber Incident Response Management Capabilities

Chubb announced that it has enhanced its cyber incident response management capabilities and launched two new ways of accessing the service: a mobile application and a dedicated website. As the threat of cyber risks facing commercial enterprises increases, Chubb has …

What Cyber Insurance Industry Learned from 2017 Hacks

The NotPetya, WannaCry and Equifax hacks of last year were evidence that the U.S. insurance industry has been ill-prepared to handle a large cyber attack and needs to up its game. However, as a consequence of the attacks in 2017, …

Cyber Attack Retaliation Is Government’s Job: Poll

At a time when most people aren’t confident their workplace is safe from a hacking attack, respondents to the Bloomberg Global Poll are more certain about one thing: Vengeance is not mine. Companies shouldn’t get a pass from the government …