News, commentary and conference updates on legal developments that impact corporate risk.

Cyber Risks Enter a New and Increasingly Vicious Phase

For anyone plotting the evolution of cyber risks, the last phase of cyber-attacks was dominated by breaches that resulted in lost or stolen personal […]

Foggan & Huggins on Opioid Litigation Defense Coverage

Is a drug company that’s sued in connection with the manufacture, promotion and distribution of opioids covered by its insurer for defense costs?
According to […]

Getting the Right Cyber Insurance for Your Enterprise and Avoiding Pitfalls that Can Jeopardize Coverage | Dec. 11, 2018

Hurricane Insurance Claims: Practical Lessons from 2017 Claims as 2018 Numbers Swell

Kenneth Jones of Tanenbaum Keale on Law Firm Tech Development Capabilities

Should Law Firms Should be Able to Develop Custom Technologies?
Here is #10 of Jones’ Top-10 List.
#10. Security. The cloud is great, and generally speaking, […]

U.S. Privacy & Security Courses On-Demand from the Privacy+Security Academy

HB is pleased to connect you with sophisticated online education produced by privacy and security thought leaders Dan Solove and Paul Schwartz, also the […]

GDPR & European Privacy Law Courses On-Demand from the Privacy+Security Academy

HB is pleased to connect you with sophisticated online education produced by privacy and security thought leaders Dan Solove and Paul Schwartz, also the […]

CBD: Legal or Not? | On-Demand | Recorded Aug. 16, 2018

HB Litigation Conferences presents
CBD: Legal or Not
How State and Federal Laws Govern the Manufacture, Marketing, and Distribution of CBD Products

Protecting Intangible Assets: Risk Transfer Market Yet to Catch Up

Intrinsically Intangible.                        
by Giles Harlow, Senior Vice President, Aon (Bermuda) Ltd.
In the early 1980’s, tangible assets made up around 80% of the value […]

Cyber Insurance Policy Language Review: A Deep Dive Into Key Policy Provisions and Important Differences Among Cyber Policies | Oct. 25, 2018 | Now On-Demand!

Financial Services Cyber Risk Information Sharing

Why We Need to be More Like Apes, Less Like Seagulls
By Tom Hagy

Featuring Craigg Ballance, Director of Canadian Member Services, FS-ISAC

Even before we can […]

A.I. Best Practices: Rules and Policies for Using Artificial Intelligence in Your Business

Blockchain: Power to the People

Dan Solove, co-founder of the Privacy+Security Forum and professor at GW Law School, just posted an interview with Steve Shillingford, Founder and CEO of Anonyome […]

Protected: Insurance Coverage re Opioid Claims | Oct. 00

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International Cyber Risk Management Conference | April 15-16, 2019 | Toronto

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Oracle Health Sciences on Pharmacovigilance and Artificial Intelligence

“The potential to use artificial intelligence methods increasingly for the analysis of the increasing amounts of pharmacovigilance data is well understood and many companies […]

Courtney Klein on Social Media & Security

A Restructured Paradigm for Corporate Teamwork
By Courtney Klein of Soteria Risk Consultants
Social media has become an integral part of everyday life. It’s how some […]

Francoise Gilbert on Colorado’s New Privacy Law: Are You Ready?

 

Effective Sept. 1, 2018, Colorado will require all entities that process or store certain personal information of Colorado residents, regardless of whether the entity […]

A.I. Best Practices: Rules and Policies for Using Artificial Intelligence in Your Business

McLoughlin on Artificial Intelligence in Banking

“Capital adequacy requirements are not the only kind of regulation that AI is helping banks to meet. An even bigger area is monitoring of […]

Joshua Gold on Cyber Crime and Insurance

With the amount of trickery going into thefts and embezzlements these days, crime insurance companies too often use the many steps involved in a […]

Halligan, Weyland on Cybersecurity, Trade Secret Asset Management and the Defend Trade Secret Act of 2016

“Cybersecurity protection against outsider theft has largely succeeded, if competently crafted business methods are strictly followed. The more intractable problem of insider theft is […]

Willis Towers Watson: Cyber Risk Top D&O Concern

Based on their survey, Willis Towers Watson says cyber risk continues to top the list of concerns for directors and officers (right up there […]

RSA’s Zulfikar Ramzan on Blockchain

Is blockchain as impenetrable as people think? Or as necessary?
It’s not predicated on the same type of cryptographic security that we’ve seen historically, but […]

Judy Selby on Improving Cyber and Privacy Board Reporting

 

“While general awareness of cyber risks among corporate boards is increasing, even the most motivated and knowledgeable directors cannot effectively fulfill their duties without receiving […]