Although somewhat obvious, the World Economic Forum, in partnership with Marsh McLennan, SK Group and Zurich Insurance Group, recently issued its 16th edition of the Global Risks Report (the Report), which analyzes “the risks from societal fractures—manifested through persistent and emerging risks to human health, rising unemployment, widening digital divides, youth disillusionment, and geopolitical

A Tampa, Florida area water facility was recently hacked using a popular remote-access software tool.  The unidentified hacker also used the software to connect to an on-site computer and then used that computer to access the facility’s control panel.  Once there, the hacker programmed a 100x-increase in the levels of sodium hydroxide (lye) to be

In what the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) is touting as the first guidance by a U.S. regulator on cyber insurance, NYDFS announced on February 4, 2021, in Insurance Circular Letter No. 2 (2021), that it has issued a new Cyber Insurance Risk Framework (Framework) addressed to authorized property/casualty insurers that write cyber

I was scrolling through a social media site this week, and was struck by how many requests asked people to respond to questions regarding their biographical information. For example, what was the number one album when you were a senior in high school? What was your favorite beach or park when you were growing up?

It is being reported by ZDNet that the Maze ransomware group has attacked two companies that, apparently, refused to pay the requested ransom, so Maze, as it promises, recently released approximately 76GB combined of the companies’ data on the Internet.

True to its threat, once Maze is able to infiltrate a company’s system, it exfiltrates

I have never been a fan of TikTok [view related post]. In general, I do not trust any Chinese technology companies because of the influence and requirements the Chinese government wields over them. The Chinese government has been stealing U.S.-based companies’ intellectual property for decades, has required U.S.-based companies to provide computer code in

For those of you who don’t know, a fun fact is that Robinson+Cole one of the oldest law firms in Connecticut, and among our claims to fame is that we represented Mark Twain and Helen Keller. We are quite proud of our history and our reputation, and rightfully so. We are steeped in Connecticut law,