Improved cyber resilience will reduce cyber threats in the long-term: The Hartford
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Improved cyber resilience will reduce cyber threats in the long-term: The Hartford

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While cyber risk levels will continue to rise throughout 2022, improved mitigation strategies by organizations and government intervention should have a positive impact and make the threats more manageable in the long-term, according to The Hartford’s global head of cyber risk, Jacob Ingerslev.

In a newsletter, Ingerslev wrote that the improved cyber resilience of private sector companies is increasingly thwarting ransomware threats and providing a stronger resistance against systemic malware events.

Since

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