Cyber Insurance

Although data breaches and data breach litigation are not rare, trials concerning the appropriate response to cybersecurity incidents are.  For this reason many, particularly those involved with incident response, have been keeping a close eye on a federal trial underway in Missouri.  The case involved a law firm sued by its former client, an insurance

The American Bar Association has published A Practical Guide to Cyber Insurance for Businesses, which is now available here.  As summarized on the ABA’s website:

While there are many books about cybersecurity, data privacy and related issues, there are very few, if any, books about cyber insurance. A Practical Guide to Cyber Insurance

Join CPW’s Kristin Bryan, a forthcoming contributor to the American Bar Association (“ABA”) publication “A Practical Guide to Cyber Insurance for Businesses” at the ABA’s Second Biannual Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Conference, which will take place in Atlanta from March 3-4, 2022.  Sessions at the conference (one of which will be moderated by Kristin)

CPW has been covering the T-Mobile data event litigations and Law360 is now reporting that “T-Mobile’s cyberinsurance coverage could be stretched by a recent data breach that has already spawned two government investigations and a slew of lawsuits by affected customers.”  CPW’s Ericka Johnson provided her insights to Law360 on this issue, and also touched

In case you missed it, below is a summary of recent posts from CPW.  Please feel free to reach out if you are interested in additional information on any of the developments covered.

BREAKING: Sixth Circuit in Sonic Data Breach Litigation Denies Request to Appeal District Court’s Certification of Class, Dismissing Sonic’s Self-Identification and Standing

Earlier this month, CPW’s Kristin Bryan provided her insights to Richard Satran at Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence regarding recent developments concerning the New York financial sector, cybersecurity and data privacy in light of a recent key leadership change with a state regulator.  You can read the full article below, which includes her comments, which was

Data privacy litigations are on the rise.  With this increase in cases comes an increase in coverage disputes regarding when an insurer has a duty to defend its insured in a data-breach and data privacy litigations.  A decision out of the Fifth Circuit earlier this summer has put this issue under additional focus.  Landry’s, Inc.

This week Linda Lacewell, Superintendent of New York’s Department of Financial Services (“DFS”), announced her resignation effective August 24.  Ms. Lacewell was nominated in 2019 by Governor Cuomo, having previously served as his Chief of Staff.  Cybersecurity had been a top priority for DFS under Lacewell’s leadership, as she called it the “number one threat”

CPW’s Kristin Bryan was interviewed recently by CyberScoop regarding the significance of the court’s decision in In re Rutter’s which ordered the production of a forensic report and related communications over assertions of privilege in data privacy litigationAs she explains, the court’s ruling (considered in conjunction with the Clark Hill and Capital

In case you missed it, below is a summary of recent posts from CPW.  Please feel free to reach out if you are interested in additional information on any of the developments covered.

BREAKING: Supreme Court Limits Availability of Article III Standing in Data Privacy Litigations in Win for Defendants | Consumer Privacy World

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