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Cyber insurance: the impact of evolving legal and regulatory risk

Cyber insurance is still (just about) the new kid on the block. It is commonly thought of as a tool to mitigate exposure to ever-evolving cyber risks. That is right up to a point; but the increasing exposure of business … Continue reading

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EIOPA Conference: The Main Themes

Three of the themes that EIOPA sees as its priorities were covered at its annual conference on 20 November. All of the topics were the subject of frank and spirited debate, with a range of different views being represented in the … Continue reading

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Coverage for ‘Doomsday or Armageddon’ data breach class actions: insurance implications of the Court of Appeal’s decision to confirm Morrisons’ vicarious liability for employee’s deliberate actions

In the recent judgment in Wm Morrisons Supermarkets Plc v Various Claimants [2018] EWCA Civ 233 the Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal against the High Court’s decision that Morrisons was vicariously liable for its employee’s misuse of data, despite: … Continue reading

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Cyber incidents have the capacity to cause many different types of loss.  Insurance coverage exists for at least some aspects of cyber risks in the UK market.  However, given the range and diversity of risks that may arise, there are … Continue reading

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Mitigating cyber security exposures: Risk transfer through cyber insurance

Now may be the time to review your cyber risk mitigation strategy and give serious consideration to whether the financial cost of cyber attacks could be transferred to insurers at a fair price. Cyber security is amongst the leading risks … Continue reading

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