The Week in Review: Cybersecurity News

Impact of global attacks on cyber insurers, establishing a culture of security in the workplace, hackers eyeing power plants


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All the important stories you may have missed, in one place:

Cyber Insurers Are Getting Spooked An expert says a powerful-enough global attack could cost them up to $2.5 billion. [Read More]

The Psychology of Enterprise Security Change management is risk management. [Read More]

U.N. Says the Whole World Needs Better Security Analysts examined the cyber defense of 134 countries for the Global Cybersecurity Index report. [Read More]

Companies Still Dealing With the Petya Attack From missing records to forecasts of reduced revenue. [Read More]

U.S. Power Plants Hit Homeland Security and the FBI confirm that hackers have been targeting nuclear power stations and other energy facilities since May. [Read More]

Where to Find Security Talent in Your Company Amid the struggle to fill positions, why don’t organizations just rethink the roles of their existing staff? [Read More]

It’s Time to Weed-Out Cybersecurity Eye Candy Just because a user interface looks futuristic, that doesn’t mean it’s quick and effective. [Read More]


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