Scott Godes, partner and co-chair of the firm’s Data Security and Privacy Practice Group, was recently quoted in a Law360: Insurance article, “Data ‘Privacy Shield’ Spurs Need for Cybersecurity Coverage.” The article talks about the recent “Privacy Shield” data transfer mechanism agreed to by European and U.S. officials and how it may have companies closely watching their insurance policies. The article discusses changing privacy risks and raises questions about insurance coverage for the evolving risks. Scott is quoted multiple times in the article, including one note stating, “Policyholders should evaluate their regulatory coverage overall and be thoughtful about the coverage afforded under those policies. They should be thoughtful about the Privacy Shield and whether investigations and claims related to the new requirements would fall within their policies, and whether they have sufficient coverage." Read the full article here.