The ways in which companies are being hacked is changing as hackers become more creative in their methods of attacks. At Post’s CIBA event, Adelle Gruber, global cyber, privacy and technology underwriter at Brit Insurance said that ransomware attacks are on the rise and the Internet of Things is giving way to hack into connected home devices. “The Internet of Things enables hackers to attack various end point devices with people experiencing their security cameras being hacked. Hackers ca
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