Security Firm Sued for Failing to Detect Malware That Caused a 2009 Breach

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

Two insurance companies are suing a cyber-security firm to recover insurance fees paid to a customer after the security firm failed to detect malware on the client’s network for months, an issue that led to one of the biggest security breaches of the 2000s.

Read more on Bleeping Computer about how Lexington Insurance Company and Beazley Insurance Company are suing TrustWave over the massive 2009 Heartland Payment Systems breach. TrustWave says the suit is meritless.

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