The Internet Age has generated new debates in insurance law around the definitions of property damage, tangible data, publication and other terms contained in policy language. Richard Bortnick of Cozen O’Connor specializes in the law surrounding cyber risks, and is co-chairing the June 2011 NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, co-produced by NetDiligence® and HB Litigation Conferences.
Click below to see what Bortnick had to say.
When multiple insurance policies are in effect at the time a cyber attack or data breach occurs, what are the coverage implications? Click below to see what Bortnick had to say about concurrent coverage, also called “other insurance.”
Public companies have particular concerns when it comes to cyber attacks, data breaches or the release of private information. And the directors and officers of those companies have risks of their own. Click below to see what Bortnick had to say about the risks faced by public companies.