In the recent and significant Warren v DSG Retail Ltd  EWHC 2168 (QB) decision the High Court in England clarified the limited circumstances in which claims for breach of confidence, misuse of private information and the tort of negligence might be advanced by individuals for compensation for distress relating to a cyber-security breach where the proposed … Continue Reading
Cyber hacking, data breaches, and privacy concerns are an increasingly common risk facing companies today. These breaches, often grabbing national headlines, can lead to substantial financial exposure. While a growing market for stand-alone cyber insurance policies is available to minimize this risk, companies facing exposure resulting from a data breach may also have existing coverage … Continue Reading
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