Insurers must bridge the knowledge gap of ‘especially dangerous’ malware

MGM Grand Casino Las Vegas
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Andrew Martin, CEO of DynaRisk, has called on insurance firms to be better informed around a type of malware that was used as part of the attack on the MGM Grand casino last year.

Infostealers are a type of malware designed to infect devices and steal sensitive information, such as login credentials, credit cards, crypto wallets, and website cookies. 

This stolen data is often

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