On October 7, 2013, a federal district court in California held that a general liability insurance policy covered data breach claims alleging violations of California patients’ right to medical privacy. This blog post includes a downloadable client alert on the ruling.
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The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit recently upheld a lower court decision that losses resulting from the theft of customers’ banking information in a retailer’s computer system were covered under a commercial crime policy’s computer fraud endorsement.
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On August 18, 2010, Connecticut’s Insurance Department published new regulations requiring entities subject to its jurisdiction to report any information security incident affecting Connecticut residents within five days of discovery.

Continue Reading Connecticut Insurance Department Issues Five-Day Breach Reporting Requirement