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Yum! Brands Suffers Ransomware Attack

What Happened Yum! Brands, the company behind KFC, Taco Bell, and Pizza Hut, recently announced that it suffered a ransomware attack in the UK. The attack disrupted operations at almost 300 of its businesses and forced the company to take its systems offline while it worked to restore them. In recent years, cybercriminals have become… Read More »Yum! Brands Suffers Ransomware Attack

2022 Cybersecurity: A Year in Review

2022 was a tumultuous year for cybersecurity. This year proved yet again, that no industry is safe from cybercriminals. While the education and healthcare sectors were hit the hardest, every major industry experienced its fair share of breaches and attacks. As organizations scrambled to protect their systems from cyberattacks, new trends emerged that made it… Read More »2022 Cybersecurity: A Year in Review


CMMC Compliance: What Is It and How Can You Achieve It?

In recent years, America’s digital infrastructure has become a core vulnerability as international conflicts migrate online, and cyberwarfare becomes an ever-present threat to our nation’s security.

Russian Invasion is Redefining the Cyber Insurance Market

Although “Acts of War” are often excluded from insurance policies, cyberwarfare typically exists in a different realm. Even though several insurers have declared cyber attacks by state-sponsored actors as acts of war, a recent court ruling found an insurer liable for losses stemming from the 2017 NotPetya malware attack against pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. In the landmark decision, Merck & Co was awarded $1.4 billion by the New Jersey court.