Hiscox and Lloyd’s respond to 9/11 hacker reports


The providers confirm they have not suffered a cyber breach in relation to this incident and Hiscox says that the information was originally stolen from a US law firm last year.

Hiscox and Lloyd’s of London have both denied that their cyber security was breached following reports that a hacker, named as The Dark Overlord, had tried to sell documentation online involving the providers which related to the September 11 attacks.

According to a report by the Financial Times the hacker(s) posted information stating they had access to emails and non-disclosure agreements relating to 9/11 that were sent and received by Lloyd’s, Hiscox and law firm Husch Blackwell (formerly

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