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David Bergenfeld

In the following guest post, David Bergenfeld, a Senior Associate in D’Amato & Lynch, LLP’s Fidelity Bond Practice Group, takes a look at key court decisions during the first quarter of 2016 analyzing cybercrime insurance.  I would like to thank David for his willingness to publish his article as a guest post on this site. I welcome guest post submissions from responsible authors on topics of interest to this blog’s readers. Please contact me directly if you would like to submit a guest post. Here is David’s guest post.
Continue Reading Guest Post: Fidelity Bonds and Cybercrime Insurance: 2016 First Quarter Update

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Laura Lang

This past year was a very eventful one in the world of fidelity bond, commercial crime, and cybercrime coverages. In the following guest post, David Bergenfeld of the D’Amato & Lynch law firm’s Fidelity Bond Practice Group, and Laura Lang, Esq., take a look at the important developments during 2015 regarding these coverages. I would like to thank David and Laura for their willingness to publish their article as a guest post on this site. I welcome guest post submissions from responsible authors of topics of interest to this blog’s readers. Please contact me directly if you would like to submit a guest post. Here is David and Laura’s guest post.
Continue Reading Guest Post: Fidelity Bonds and Cybercrime Policies: 2015 Year in Review

paul-cyber-book-250x324We are long past the point where cybersecurity can be treated like an emerging, obscure or peripheral issue. The fact is that cybersecurity is now an important concern for every organization and enterprise. For that reason, cybersecurity is also now an important concern for everyone responsible for protecting and guiding those organizations and enterprises, including in particular corporate directors and officers. In the current environment, there is no shortage of advice available for these corporate officials as they seek to understand and fulfill their responsibilities to their organizations. Indeed the sheer volume of information available can be confusing or even overwhelming. Fortunately, there is now a single volume guide available to help corporate directors address their organization’s cybersecurity exposures and needs. The new book by Paul Ferrillo of the Weil Gotshal law firm entitled “Navigating the Cybersecurity Storm: A Guide for Directors and Officers” (here) is a readable, well-organized, and helpful guide for any corporate official seeking to address their cybersecurity responsibilities.
Continue Reading Book Review: A Cybersecurity Guide for Corporate Directors and Officers