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Cyber insurers urge government support for catastrophic hacks

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Cybersecurity insurers are sounding the alarm, warning that the scale and impact of cyberattacks are reaching unprecedented levels, and the financial toll on businesses is becoming unsustainable.

These insurers are now calling on governments to step in and provide assistance in the event of catastrophic hacks.

The frequency and sophistication of cyberattacks have surged in recent years, causing significant financial losses for businesses across various industries.

Cyber insurance policies have helped companies mitigate some of these losses, but insurers argue that the magnitude of certain cyber incidents is overwhelming the insurance industry’s capacity to cover the costs.

As a result, cyber insurance providers are advocating for government intervention to establish a framework for dealing with catastrophic cyberattacks.

They propose that governments should create a fund or support mechanism to help affected businesses recover from large-scale cyber incidents.

This would not only ease the financial burden on insurers but also ensure the continuity of affected businesses and the broader economy.

The question now arises: Should governments take a more active role in responding to catastrophic cyberattacks, or should the burden primarily fall on private insurers and affected businesses?

While cyber insurance has been a valuable tool in managing cyber risks, the rising frequency of massive hacks may necessitate a reevaluation of the current approach. The collaboration between governments and insurers in addressing cyber threats could be crucial in safeguarding businesses and the economy in an increasingly digitized world.

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AI enters the Big Brother house, raising concerns around the truth of reality TV

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How will the integration of AI into reality TV impact audience engagement and what role will this have on the future of entertainment?

The latest season of Big Brother has left fans scratching their heads with the introduction of Big Brother AI, also knowns as BB AI, taking centre stage.

Tom Finnigan from Talkingbrands.ai joins to discuss all the curious AI cases of the week. #featured

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UN initiative aims to set international standards for AI ethics

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The United Nations has launched a comprehensive initiative aimed at establishing international guidelines for the governance of artificial intelligence.

The UN seeks to address ethical concerns, regulatory frameworks, and human rights implications associated with AI advancements.

Dr. Karen Sutherland from the UniSC joins to discuss the latest. #featured

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No console, no problem according to Amazon’s next-gen streaming innovation

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Xbox cloud gaming expands access with Amazon Fire TV Stick compatibility.

Xbox confirmed that the new instalment of Call of Duty—Black Ops 6—will be releasing day one on Xbox Game Pass later this year.

In recent news, 2023’s Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 will also land on Game Pass on July 24th. This marks the first Activision title to be released on Game Pass since Microsoft’s recent acquisition.

Gaming and tech correspondent Emily Leaney joins to discuss all the latest.

 

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