Tag Archives: Cyber Risk

Appellate Court Reverses Lower Court’s Dismissal of Plaintiffs Data-Breach Claim

In a win for third-party victims of a cyber security attack, the United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia reversed a lower court’s decision dismissing a class-action suit against their health insurer for breach of contract, negligence, and violation of various state consumer-protection statutes, after their personal information was stolen during a data breach.1… Continue Reading

New York Restaurant’s Data Breach Not Covered Under Their Business Owners Policy

Restaurants are prime targets for hackers. Restaurants gather customer credit card information on a daily basis and are responsible for storing and protecting that information. All restaurant owners should have insurance policies that not only cover their physical property damage and business interruption in case of property damage, but data breaches as well. Data breaches, … Continue Reading

I’ve Been Hacked! Am I Covered?

In the wake of the Equifax, Target, Yahoo, and even the SEC being hacked, many small businesses are wondering how can they protect themselves when major companies with much larger budgets and cybersecurity techs on staff can’t protect themselves. I recently went to a course where one of the speakers said: “There are two types … Continue Reading
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