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Recent Decision Is Reminder That Separate Cyber Insurance Policies Are Necessary

The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, in Innovak International v. The Hanover Insurance Co., recently granted summary judgment in favor of Hanover Insurance Company finding that it had no duty to defend Innovak against a data breach lawsuit. Innovak, which is a payroll service, suffered a breach of employee personal information, … Continue Reading

Hunton Global Privacy and Insurance Leaders Address the Prevention and Insurability of Cyber Attacks

A recent article published by Securityroundtable.org highlights the vulnerabilities businesses face in a world of e-commerce and interconnectivity, and how proper planning through a tailored cybersecurity program that includes – among other components – appropriate insurance coverage for cyber risks can help prevent a successful attack and mitigate the financial impact should one occur. Whether … Continue Reading

Where Are Those Dragons?: A Look at HBO’s Recent “Game of Thrones” Data Theft and Coverage for Cyber Crimes

Earlier this week, HBO announced that it had suffered a “cyber-incident” involving the compromise of “proprietary information” that reportedly includes forthcoming episodes and scripts from popular HBO shows such as Game of Thrones. The HBO breach is the most recent in a growing list of cybersecurity issues faced by Hollywood studios this year. In an … Continue Reading
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