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Emerging Issues in Cyber Insurance

Last Friday, SDV’s Stella Szantova Giordano was quoted in Law360’s article, “A Cyberattack Survival Guide For Policyholders.” The article provided useful insights for companies on accessing insurance coverage in case of a cyber breach, particularly in today’s climate where our clients often have to respond to the aftermath of a breach suffered by one of its vendors or business partners. Stella specifically commented on customer liability and issues related to “publication” in a Commercial General Liability policy. Depending on the client’s business, companies can also seek coverage through their Professional, Crime, Directors & Officers, and first party Property Insurance for cyber-related liability.

If you have a subscription to Law360, you can read the entire article here.


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