According to MarketResearch.com, global cyber security market is expected to grow from $106.32 in 2015 to $170.21 billion by 2020. Out of all major technologies, […]
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AIG CEO Peter D. Hancock as quoted in the Wall Street Journal
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Privacy is ‘Absolutely a Human Right’
“Big Data has huge promise, and there are already so many uses for it. In the future we will […]
McKinsey & Company observed that much post-breach damage results from an “inadequate response to a breach rather than the breach itself.” The consequences of botching […]
War, Terrorism, and Hactivism Under Cyber Insurance Policies
By Vincent J. Vitkowsky, Partner, Seiger Gfeller Laurie LLP
Cyberspace is the world’s most dynamic domain, and cyber […]
A recent white paper from the cyber security team at Kroll says organizations cannot focus on regulatory requirements alone in shaping their security programs. […]
Passwords Don’t Pass Muster
Today’s Philadelphia Inquirer, in an article by staff writer John Timpane, wrote that 233 million people suddenly are asking themselves, “Can […]
The True Cost of Breaches to Insurers
NetDiligence President Mark Greisiger is quoted in a Jan. 17, 2014 post at CRN.com that for 145 data […]
Coverage of the Keynote Address from the NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, October 2013
By Tom Hagy, Managing Director, HB
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John Mullen is considered one of the leading attorneys on avoiding the risk and mitigating the damage from data breaches. Mark Greisiger is the […]
When it comes to data breaches, things can get pretty complicated pretty fast. But if there are simple themes that arise they might boil down to these: Be prepared, continually make sure you are prepared, engage the right people right away, act appropriately but don’t overreact, and document everything you do as if you’re already answering to an Attorney General.
In this clip, Scott Godes, Esq. of Dickstein Shapiro discusses coverage for statutory damages in cyber policies. Godes spoke during the NetDiligence® Cyber Risk […]
Jacob Olcott of Good Harbor Consulting discusses the 2011 Senate Investigation of Disclosure Practices for cyber risk and its finding that risks and events […]
What trends are occurring in the crucial time period immediately following a data breach? John F. Mullen of Nelson Levine de Luca & Horst […]
Tracie Grella of Chartis Insurance discusses the recent trend of Hactivism in cyber breaches as well as the latest SEC guidance on cyber security. […]
What are the three most common mistakes that lead to a company’s breach in cyber security?
Michael Viscuso, CEO of Carbon Black shares […]
“Cyber security mishaps, including the mishandling and use of private data are among the top—and perhaps most frightening—silent threats facing companies, individuals, governments and […]
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Cyber security disasters, including the mishandling and use of private data, are among the top and — most frightening — silent threats facing companies, […]
Where do cyber insurance policies most differ? For clients seeking data breach coverage, what options are available in the marketplace? Toby Merrill […]
How can companies protect themselves from litigation after a data breach? Jamie Sheller, managing partner at Sheller, P.C., is a featured speaker at the 2nd Annual NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, June 9-10, 2011, in Philadelphia, co-produced by HB Litigation Conferences. Click below to hear what Sheller had to say on the litigation[...]
Meredith Schnur is with the Professional Risk Group of Wells Fargo Insurance Services, and is co-chairing the Second Annual NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum June 9-10, 2011, in Philadelphia, co-produced by HB Litigation Conferences. Hear what Schnur had to say about working with corporations to help reduce and cover their cyber risks.