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Points to Ponder

Posted in Business Practices, trends

Last week I attended the Privacy and Security Forum at George Washington University.   Here are a few points to ponder. •Privacy by design or privacy by default?  Functionality requires design.  Privacy by default means there is a malfunction. •In a breach response, “privilege is the playbook.”  Privilege determines who does what, when you do it, how you do it… Continue Reading

Cyber Risk and Professional Firms

Posted in Business Practices, Coverage, Cyber Breach, Cyber Costs, Damages, Data Breach, Insurance

Earlier today Kari Timm moderated a panel on cyber risk and insurance for law firms and other professional firms during the 2013 PLUS Professional Risk Symposium.  To see a short video discussion on cyber risks for professional services firms from the 2013 PLUS Professional Risk Symposium please visit the PLUS Blog (http://plusblog.org/2013/04/10/cyber-risk-and-professional-firms/).

Behind the Curtain: Just whose risks are being insured?

Posted in Business Practices, Coverage, Cyber Breach, Data Breach, Insurance, Reinsurance

In today’s challenging economy, it is hard to turn away new business, whether from a client who provides a law firm with steady work, or a broker who contracts for investment services or a health care organization that contracts with a nursing registry.  But what happens when the new client demands that as part of… Continue Reading

Disclosure of Cyber Risks & Insurance Required by SEC

Posted in Business Practices, Corporate Governance/Reporting, Coverage, Cyber Breach, Insurance, SEC

Over the past few years, cyber risks slowly have become more of an issue for C-suite executives and corporate boards.  However, new guidelines issued by the SEC requiring that companies disclose such risks and relevant insurance coverage will likely push cyber security and insurance onto the C-suite agenda quicker than ever. Acknowledging that cyber attacks are becoming… Continue Reading