Privacy

In April of 2018, Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress about Facebook’s privacy practices the perceived data breach by Cambridge Analytica. As insurance professionals, we recognize that this was not a true data breach in the sense that no one hacked Facebook’s servers and subsequently stole individual information. Facebook users opted in to sharing information and … Read more

What is Cyber Liability

Normally we don’t publish articles meant for the insurance buying public, we focus instead exclusively on articles for insurance professionals. Today we are making an exception because Cyber is an emerging area that many insurance professionals don’t understand that well. This article does a great job of introducing Cyber.   Cyber Liability can seem confusing … Read more

Cyber: How Bad Could 2017 Have Been?

Four hurricanes and six wildfires made for a busy 2017. So, with all the losses mounting through the third and fourth quarters, it’s understandable that you might not have noticed the heavy cyber losses that occurred as well. Three large risk losses led to approximately $430 million in cyber insurance losses last year, according to … Read more

Masada Under Siege – Demystifying Cyber Indemnity: “User’s Guide to Data Breach Handling” – CLM Annual 2017

This article originally appeared on InsNerds.com . This is our first article covering the CLM 2017 Annual Conference in Nashville, TN. If you want InsNerds to cover your conference please click here. While “Cyber” emerged only in the last Century, her Trinity of People, Process, and Technology, are evident Historically, providing our Industry “deep-learning” insights, on … Read more