Cyber Insurance: New CGL Case Law and The Evolution of Cyber Policies
Cyber insurance: what some people used to consider optional coverage may be positioned to become the most important commercial liability policy of our time. The evolution makes sense, however, when you consider that one single breach could cost a company hundreds of millions of dollars...and many insurance companies have claimed that they do not owe coverage under other policies. This course, Cyber Insurance: New CGL Case Law and The Evolution of Cyber Policies, will help you understand the coverage issues posed by cyber claims under CGL policies and the evolution of cyber policies, including coverage components are offered in cyber policies, and why they are important.
Our panel of nationally recognized practitioners and thought leaders will discuss the most important court rulings on CGL coverage for cyber exposures, how cyber insurance policies address data beach and other risks, as well as different components of cyber coverage. Topics of discussion include:
- A "typical" cyber-attack/data breach: Assessing the damages, including incident response costs
- Recent insurance coverage litigation under CGL policies
- CGL form endorsements that might relate to cyber incidents
- Emerging legal issues relating to new forms of cyber risk insurance
- Components of cyber coverage
- Understanding limits and sublimits
- Data replacement considerations
- Business interruption
- Scott Godes, Barnes & Thornburg
- Laura Foggan, Wiley Rein
When: Tuesday, Sept. 29
Have a question for the faculty? Email questions before or during the program to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions will be answered live by the faculty. In addition, all registrants receive a set of downloadable course materials and free access to the archived online program.