“Data Breaches Are Not Going Away Will Your Company Be Covered for Those Risks?”

In the December 2009 edition of e-Commerce Law & Strategy, you’ll find my new article:

Data Breaches Are Not Going Away

Will Your Company Be Covered for Those Risks?

By Scott Godes

Because the costs of data breaches can be so astronomically high, the importance of ensuring that e-commerce and other types of firms have insurance to cover such claims cannot be overstated.

I don’t want to give away the entire article…but, as you might imagine, I discuss the availability of insurance coverage for data breaches within the piece.  The article analyzes coverage under Commercial General Liability, Business Owners Policies, and other sources of insurance coverage for data breaches.  Click on over for the full version of the article.

Update: A reprint of the full article now is available here.

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