Category Archives: Statutory Damages

Video clip about potential insurance coverage for statutory based damages relating to data breaches and blast fax claims.

My good friends at HB Litigation Conferences posted a video from their 2012 East Coast NetDiligence Cyber Risk and Privacy Liability Forum that took place in Philadelphia on June 4-5, 2012.  In this video clip, I respond to moderator Ted Kobus‘ question about whether statutory damages, imposed after a data breach, are covered under liability insurance policies.

If you’re interested in cyber risks, data breaches, insurance coverage for cyber risks, insurance coverage for data breaches, and underwriting, brokering, buying, or selling cyberinsurance or privacy insurance, be sure to check out HB’s upcoming West Coast NetDiligence® Cyber Risk and Privacy Liability Forum, on October 11-12, 2012, in Marina del Rey, Calif.

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Note:  as a speaker at the conference, I was not charged a fee related to the conference.

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