This week’s Network Break examines how ransomware has insurers rethinking premiums and coverage limits, discusses the pros and cons of ISPs sharing flow records with security companies, and digs into Arista’s efforts to tackle the router market.
TSMC says it will raise chip prices on some products as much as 20%, and VMware posts respectable Q2 financial results as the company enters a new phase without former CEO Pat Gelsinger at the helm.
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Cyber insurance market encounters ‘crisis moment’ as ransomware costs pile up – CyberScoop
Cyber insurance rates fail to match catastrophe risk-Chubb CEO – Reuters
Sharply Rising Cyber Insurance Claims Signal Further Risk Challenges – Fitch
How Data Brokers Sell Access to the Backbone of the Internet – Motherboard
Arista Extends Cloud-Grade Routing to the Network Edge – Arista Networks
TSMC hikes chip prices up to 20% amid supply shortage – Nikkei Asia
TSMC Hikes Price of Chip Production: CPU & GPU Costs Set to Rise – Tom’s Hardware
VMware Reports Fiscal Year 2022 Second Quarter Results – BusinessWire
VMware, Inc. (VMW) CEO Raghu Raghuram on Q2 2022 Results – Earnings Call Transcript – Seeking Alpha