Emerging Markets Law

Showing 2 posts from July 2018.

Vendor Management and Cyber Planning: Why Equifax Shows “What Not to Do”

Terms and conditions for cyber plan

If you’ve ever wondered why all the hullabaloo about cyber planning, here is a great example:

Equifax has said that it “owed no duty to safeguard the personal information of millions of consumers and financial institutions” affected by its massive 2017 data breach, and has asked to have the resulting lawsuits dismissed. (Daily Report, 24 July 2018.)

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Cyber Insurance: A Common Exclusion Tested in Court

Professional meeting over a business plan

A recent court dispute makes clear that there are many elements to cyber planning and protection for any company to consider. Although some do involve technical bells and whistles, many or most are merely business operation decisions involving non-technical matters. Just like other operational decisions, the success of these planning measures can have a direct impact on your bottom line.

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