Author Archives: Sharon Lyon

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 183 – August 9, 2016

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk and privacy liability. These exposures include business interruption, legal liability (such as class action lawsuits), as well as crisis costs to investigate the breach, notify the victims and defend/settle lawsuits, including AG regulatory enforcement actions and fines. Also, don’t miss the

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 182 – July 6, 2016

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk and privacy liability. These exposures include business interruption, legal liability (such as class action lawsuits), as well as crisis costs to investigate the breach, notify the victims and defend/settle lawsuits, including AG regulatory enforcement actions and fines. CLOUD / AGGREGATION VerticalScope

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 181 – June 1, 2016

May was a busy data breach/cyber risk month! See below for a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk and privacy liability. Items include phishing, data loss, cybertheft, third-party vendors, lawsuits and a legislative update (Tennessee). Also, today we announced a new service offering called Breach Plan Connect™ – check out our press release for more

NetDiligence Announces Data Breach Response Solution

PHILADELPHIA, June 1, 2016 – NetDiligence®, a leading cyber risk assessment and data breach services company, announced today it has developed a innovative solution to help an organization develop a customized  Incident Response Plan (IRP). The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solution, called Breach Plan Connect™, also hosts the plan and provides guided response steps that ensure an organization adheres to its approved plan when responding to suspected incidents.

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 180 – April 26, 2016

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk and privacy liability. These exposures include business interruption, legal liability (such as class action lawsuits), as well as crisis costs to investigate the breach, notify the victims and defend/settle lawsuits, including AG regulatory enforcement actions and fines.