AgentsOfAmerica.ORG features my post: “Insurance Coverage for Cyberattacks and Denial-of-Service Incidents”
If your business suffered losses from a cybersecurity incident, a denial-of-service attack, or some other computer-, network-, or internet-related event, would you know whether your insurance would cover the losses? If your insurance company denied your claim, would you know whether the insurance company had done so properly?
Well, if you’d like some additional thoughts on these issues, check out my post at the AgentsOfAmerica.ORG website. They posted my piece titled, “Insurance Coverage for Cyberattacks and Denial-of-Service Incidents” and also featured it in their newsletter. In my post, I discuss insurance coverage for cyberattacks, cybersecurity events, denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, and more. I note a couple of recent cases finding in favor of insurance for these sorts of events under commercial general liability (CGL) insurance policies as well as new cyber insurance policies.
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