Chubb investigating possible data breach


Provider confirmed a “computer security incident” but suggested its network was untouched.

Chubb is currently investigating allegations that its systems were breached by ransomware.

TechCrunch first reported claims by ransomware group Maze that they had stolen data from the insurer. The publication had been tipped off by an analyst at security firm Emsisoft.

No data has yet been released by the group apart from the email addresses of three executives, which are publicly available online.

Chubb was unable to confirm which regions of its operations were affected by the possible

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