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Insurance When the Internet Goes Down

Business interruption coverage is now a staple of many companies’ insurance programs. One of the “optional” first-party property coverages included in standard property policies, it is intended to compensate companies for...more

Latest Cyber Attack a Wake-up Call: What are your company’s IoT exposures?

The Internet of Things gives rise to many risks and exposures that companies and their insurers were not thinking about as recently as a couple years ago, and probably aren’t fully cognizant of today....more

Cyber Attacks on Infrastructure are Increasing: Review Your Insurance As “Internet Of Things” Risks Grow and Change

In the December post Systemic Cyber Risks And The Internet of Things, we wrote about the increasing risk of cyber attacks on infrastructure and consumer products, and related insurance issues. We noted in that post that,...more

Protect Your Wine Business Against Data Security Breaches and Other Cyber Risks

When asked who should buy cyber insurance, one expert responded, “more companies than realize it.” The truth is, almost every company in the country collects its customers’ or its employees’ Personally Identifiable...more

Systemic Cyber Risks And The Internet of Things

Companies’ awareness of “cyber” risks has increased significantly because of large and highly publicized data security breaches, such as Target and Home Depot. Companies are starting to more proactively manage the risk of...more

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