The EU has recently introduced the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that extends to effectively regulate US entities that offer goods or services to (or monitor the behavior of) data subjects in the EU.
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On February 21, 2018, the FBI issued a Public Service Announcement describing the increase in spoofed emails requesting W-2 information.
On September 18, 2018, the FBI issued a Public Service Announcement describing techniques that cyber criminals use to steal employee payroll deposits. Targeted industries include healthcare, education and commercial air transportation.
This whitepaper addresses how cyber policies will need to evolve in order to address the non-breach responsibilities that relate to consumer protection and compliance with data privacy processes and procedures, along with liability for the consequent fines and penalties for non-compliance.
The purpose of this paper is to explain the basis of liability for a public company, discuss the D&O marketplace with respect to IPO exposures, and set forth what you can expect from us as your broker in the process.
Businesses of all kinds and sizes need to protect their customer information and other data. It is beyond dispute that non-tangible assets - especially those stored on computers - are critically important to virtually every business. Consider: most buildings are replaceable. The formula for Coca Cola is not.
In this issue, Yahoo pays $35m penalty; employees responsible for 53% of breach incidents; cyber derivative suits against directors; crypto-mining is on the dramatic increase; is compliance worth the money; and how do you price for cyber business interruption?
This is a general outlook/forecast of anticipated market conditions within the Asset Manager and Professional Liability space.
In this issue, new SEC guidance for public companies; GDPR approaches; OCR continues to fine entities that do not keep up with HIPAA basics; UK news on the potential cost of cloud provider outages and new regulation of smart devices.
In this issue, cyber in M&A; upcoming cyber webinars; the increase in cyber extortion; Attempts at federal breach laws; banks sue retailers over breach costs; and biometrics.