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Cyber Liability Insurance Bad Faith Suit Trimmed In Utah

A U.S. District Court Judge in Utah has granted partial summary judgment in favor of Travelers Insurance in a bad faith suit involving a Cyber Liability insurance policy.  251 more words

Bad Faith

More Executives Turn to Cyber Risk Transfer

This is a very important conversation that should be had at some level in every organization.  Managing cyber risk is vitally important for all organizations, especially in our present-day hostile cyber environment, and the questions that come along with this process do not have yes/no answers.  23 more words

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Why Lawyers Need to Understand Cyber Insurance for Their Clients (Tuma's Tx Bar Journal article)

Cybersecurity, data breach, cyber attacks, and cyber insurance. Unless you live under a rock, you have heard of it. You better hope your lawyer has too! 171 more words

Data Breach

Jeffrey Norton on Small Companies and Large Breaches

Jeffrey Norton of Beazley Group and panelist for the 2015 PLUS Conference session “When David Fells Goliath: Small Companies’ Role in Large Breaches” joined us in the Media Zone to discuss how small and medium-sized enterprises can and should prepare when doing business with large companies.

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Jeff Kulikowski on the Cyber Insurance Market

Jeff Kulikowski of Endurance Insurance and panelist for the 2015 PLUS Conference session “The Elephant in the Server Room” joined us in the Media Zone to discuss how cyber coverage is being written today and what worries him about the future of the market.

International Conference

A Call for Action and Education on a Sound Cyber Liability Policy

 This is a guest blog post by Jesse Lyon, Associate Broker with AmWINS Insurance Brokerage of California. Jesse Lyon, who grew to maturity in northern California, was educated at Saint Mary’s College of California, Moraga where he took a double major in history and English.  1,686 more words