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California’s New Data Protection Laws Are Coming But Colorado’s Law Is Already Here

USA - November 14 2018 Much has been said about California’s comprehensive data protection and privacy law that goes into effect in 2020. Recently, Colorado enacted one of...

Jason A. Bernstein, Todd G. Vare.

Will Your Company’s Insurance Cover Losses Due to Phishing and Social Engineering Fraud? Six Tips for Evaluating and Seeking Coverage for Business Email Compromises

USA - July 27 2018 If your company fell victim to a business email compromise - a scam that frequently involves hackers fraudulently impersonating a corporate officer...

California Consumer Privacy Act Passed: What You Need To Know

USA - July 16 2018 On June 28, 2018, Gov. Jerry Brown of California signed into law the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), creating one of the most...

Brian J. McGinnis, Heidi Fessler, Jason A. Bernstein.

The Cloud: Selected Benefits, Risks, and Insurance Coverage Issues - Part 1

USA, Global - May 24 2018 The reality that business data of all kinds is now stored, managed, accessed and maintained in the cloud is inescapable. The reasons for this...

Who Gets Coverage?

USA - December 19 2017 When a retailer or merchant purchases a broad cyber insurance policy to cover hacks or breaches of its point of sale systems, it could be forgiven for...

Devin J. Stone.