Cyber Risk News, Vol. 201 – May 22, 2018

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk & privacy liability. Exposures include business interruption (first-party exposure) and legal liability (lawsuits), also crisis costs to investigate the breach, notify the victims, and defend against class action lawsuits, regulatory actions and fines. Also, don’t miss the items below in ORANGE.

NetDiligence to Host Pre-Conference Events in Philadelphia

Focus on Students and Women in the Cyber Industry

PHILADELPHIA, May 15, 2018 – NetDiligence®, a leading cyber risk readiness service provider supporting the cyber insurance industry, announced today that it has added two special pre-conference events to its annual Cyber Risk Summit in Philadelphia, June 12-14, 2018. The goal of these pre-conference events is to highlight dynamics in the cyber industry, inspire college students to explore cyber as a career, and to recruit, retain and advance women in cyber.

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 200 – April 10, 2018

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk & privacy liability. Exposures include business interruption (first-party exposure) and legal liability (lawsuits), also crisis costs to investigate the breach, notify the victims, and defend against class action lawsuits, regulatory actions and fines. Also, don’t miss the items below in ORANGE.

NetDiligence Releases Analysis on Healthcare Cyber Claims

First in a Series of Spotlight Studies
PHILADELPHIA, April 5, 2018
– NetDiligence®, a leading provider of cyber risk readiness and response services, announced today it has published Spotlight Healthcare, data-driven analysis of cyber risk insurance claims in the healthcare sector, as an addendum to the company’s 2017 Cyber Claims Study.

This “deeper dive” report analyzes cyber risk insurance claims in the healthcare sector for incidents that occurred from 2014-2016.

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 199 – March 13, 2018

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk & privacy liability. Exposures include business interruption (first-party exposure) and legal liability (lawsuits), also crisis costs to investigate the breach, notify the victims, and defend against class action lawsuits, regulatory actions and fines. Also, don’t miss the items below in ORANGE.

QBE North America to include Breach Plan Services as Add-Ons to All Cyber Policies

— Demonstrates QBE’s Focus on Offering Innovative Solutions and Delivering Value to Customers —
NEW YORK, Feb. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — QBE North America, an integrated specialist insurer, is pleased to announce the inclusion of data breach planning services in all Cyber policies, giving policyholders a simplified approach to the development of an actionable cyber breach response plan. The company is initially offering these services through Breach Plan Connect®, which will be included in The Solution for Cyber Risk, and gives QBE’s customers the ability to access the plan whenever and wherever needed in response to a cyber event.

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 198 – February 8, 2018

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk & privacy liability. Exposures include business interruption (first-party exposure) and legal liability (lawsuits), also crisis costs to investigate the breach, notify the victims, and defend against class action lawsuits, regulatory actions and fines. Also, don’t miss the items below in ORANGE.

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 197 – January 4, 2018

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk & privacy liability. Exposures include business interruption (first-party exposure) and legal liability (lawsuits), also crisis costs to investigate the breach, notify the victims, and defend against class action lawsuits, regulatory actions and fines. Also, don’t miss the items below in ORANGE.

Cyber Risk News, Vol. 195 – October 31, 2017

We bring to your attention a sampling of recent media stories involving cyber risk and privacy liability. These exposures include legal liability (such as class action lawsuits), an enormous 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