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Volume: 2 Issue: 8
(August 2008)

Keywords:
insurance data cybercrime fraud cyber attack data security

Authors:
david t case julia reynolds johnson

Organisations:
k&l gates llp

Jurisdictions:
us eu

Cyber Insurance: Cyber threats: new forms of insurance

Companies are increasingly threatened by data breaches or can become a target for cyber crime. They often face legal obligations to customers in the event that either should occur. David T. Case and Julia Reynolds Johnson, Attorneys with K&L Gates LLP, discuss how traditional forms of insurance and new forms of cyber insurance can enable companies to protect themselves.

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