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- The Cyber Threat Landscape
- Top 4 Risks to Nonprofits
- Risks Are Getting Riskier…
– Part 1: Top 4 Industry Trends
– Part 2: Top 4 Legal Developments
- Ten Steps...more
No business is immune to data breach. Digital data in particular can be lost in innumerable ways, causing serious business interruptions and consumer injuries. After falling victim to a hack, virus, or cyber theft, companies...more
In This Issue:
- New Studies Highlight Privacy and Cybersecurity Risks and Costs
- SEC Commissioner Addresses the Role of the Board on Cybersecurity Matters
- Supreme Court Decision on Cellphone Searches...more
There are only a handful of decisions addressing whether a commercial general liability (CGL) policy provides coverage for lawsuits brought against retailers allegedly collecting their customers’ ZIP code information. ...more
Last Christmas’ data breaches at Target-one of the nation’s largest retailers-provided a painful lesson on the damage a data security breaches can do to consumer confidence and good. And Target was not alone. It joined Neiman...more
Congressional Hearing on Capital Requirements for Insurers Subject to Federal Reserve Regulation
On March 11, 2014, the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Protection of the U.S. Senate Committee on...more
The quietness in the privacy landscape in Belgium is about to drastically change. Reason for the change of pace are the recent major data breaches that were published by the media. The Privacy Commission announced it will...more
A judge in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida has approved a $3 million data breach class action settlement agreement between AvMed, Inc. and plaintiffs. The settlement arises out of a...more
One of us recently asked an in-house counsel friend in charge of litigation for a major company what questions he had about cyber insurance. His response, besides a blank look, was “I’m sure someone else in the company...more
The Debate over Specialty Pharmaceuticals: Is the Promise Worth the Price? -
..What’s the Issue?
- Specialty pharmaceuticals are a rapidly growing share of total drug expenditures by public and private health...more
On May 28, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced an inquiry into the measures employed by insurance companies to protect their customers and companies from cyber threats....more
Since 2003, all but four states have enacted laws concerning data breaches and the protection of consumers’ personal information. This regulation of electronic data containing personal information and the protection of such...more
In This Issue:
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1. Business Associates and Subcontractors
2. Breach Notification
3. Covered Entity Organizational Structures
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