News, opinions and analysis to assist in professional liability risk management from the Technology, Media and Business Services Group.
From the underwriting desk
2011 NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum
We are pleased to announce that Beazley will again be a proud sponsor of the 2011 NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum scheduled for June 9th & 10th in Philadelphia PA. This is a great opportunity to learn more about exposures, best practices for loss control and risk financing products available for evolving ‘Cyber’ risks.
For more information, please visit here.
If you missed the Groundhog Day announcement, please see the good news from “Beazley Bill” announcing a special commission structure for Beazley Breach policies bound by 01-Aug-2011.
Data security and privacy
AG to Hold Presser in Regards to Data Breach at Hospital Lush suffers website hacking
Computer Stolen From Broken Arrow Hospital Sparks ID Theft Fears
61% of Data Breaches a Result of Malicious Intent
Flurry of copyright lawsuits filed in Denver
Two Taverns Face-Off in Trademark Dispute
Justin.tv Sued For Copyright Infringement
Technology risk issues
SAP to Seek Reduction of $1.3 Billion Oracle Judgment
Audit: Contractor, Human Error Caused Va Outage
Computer glitch causes delays at Salem Hospital
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Beazley offers a variety of information security & privacy insurance products, including the Beazley Information Security & Privacy Beazley offers a variety of information security & privacy insurance products, including the Beazley Information Security & Privacy Insurance With Electronic Media Liability Coverage (“Beazley InfoSec”). Beazley InfoSec is available on an admitted basis in a limited number of states. Where information security & privacy insurance is sold on a surplus lines basis, this coverage must be produced through a properly licensed surplus lines broker.