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Hot Topics in Cyber Coverage

Hot Topics in Cyber Coverage

October 20, 2015

Insurers face a potential double whammy when it comes to cybersecurity threats. Like other companies, they must be vigilant about protecting the sensitive data they collect and store from hacks and breaches. On the other hand, insurers also are responsible for paying for claims when a breach occurs. Insurers are scrambling to craft new coverages in the wake of new risks and liabilities, while insurance regulators are scrambling to implement enhanced regulations requiring insurers to meet heightened cybersecurity standards. Insurance litigation attorney John Pitblado and former criminal Assistant U.S. Attorney and Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property prosecutor Joseph Swanson discuss hot topics in cyber coverage and the business of cyber insurance in this Carlton Fields on Cyber podcast.

A New Day: New Department of Justice Memo to Increase Prosecutions of White Collar Executives and Other Employees [PODCAST]

A New Day: New Department of Justice Memo to Increase Prosecutions of White Collar Executives and Other Employees [PODCAST]

October 8, 2015

New policy changes implemented by the DOJ will likely make it more difficult for companies to resolve investigations, and will increase exposure of senior corporate executives. This podcast, featuring Carlton Fields attorneys Kevin Napper and Ed Page, provides an overview of the key policy changes outlined in the DOJ memo.

Cyber Caremark: Protecting Your Board from Shareholder Derivative Litigation After a Data Loss Event

Cyber Caremark: Protecting Your Board from Shareholder Derivative Litigation After a Data Loss Event

September 14, 2015

A company’s board of directors has an important oversight role in protecting its company’s assets and its shareholders’ interests in an environment of increasing cyber threats. Former criminal Assistant U.S. Attorneys and Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property prosecutors John E. Clabby and Joseph W. Swanson discuss key steps that a company should take now to minimize its exposure to cyber litigation in this half-hour Carlton Fields on Cyber podcast.

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