Tag Archives: Third-Party Coverage

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

Hunton & Williams LLP Attorney Michael Levine Comments On Recent Cyber Coverage Decision And Why Cyber Insurance Reviews Are Needed To Identify Gaps In Coverage

On October 27, 2016, my colleague, Michael S. Levine, was quoted in Business Insurance concerning the recent decision in Camp’s Grocery Inc. v. State Farm Fire & Casualty Co., which he and I discussed on October 26, 2016 on the Hunton & Williams LLP Insurance Recovery Blog.  In Camp’s, the court refused to find coverage … Continue Reading

Gaps in Grocer’s Insurance Program Jeopardize Coverage for Cyber Breach

As reported in the Hunton Retail Law Resource blog, a federal judge in Alabama ruled Tuesday that a grocer could not rely on its legacy business insurance policies – including an “electronic data” coverage extension – to protect against third-party claims after customer data was compromised by a point-of-sale cyberattack. The decision in Camp’s Grocery, … Continue Reading
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