Five Questions (And Possible Good Answers) Boards of Directors Should Ask About Cybersecurity

By Joshua Mooney and Kate Woods, White and Williams LLP   Data privacy and security can feel overwhelming for a company’s executive management. Unfortunately, that overwhelming feeling can prevent constructive dialogue and action toward improving a company’s cybersecurity program. Recently, the U.K.’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) issued what it called a “Board tookit” —
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Does the Fifth Circuit’s Decision in Spec’s Suggest a Breach for Cyber Coverage Into Other Insurance?

By Joshua Mooney and Andrew Lipton, White and Williams LLP Despite the existence of cybersecurity insurance, companies still seek coverage for cyber liability under various types of other insurance. Carriers, in turn, rely upon broad exclusions to limit coverage for risks never intended to be insured. One such broad exclusion is for contractual liability. However, the
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Are You a Joint Controller with Facebook? The CJEU’s Judgment in Case C-210/16

By Jordan Fischer, XPAN Law Group How many companies maintain business-oriented pages on Facebook? Millions. In today’s social media driven economy — where individuals digest news, shopping, and friend’s updates all on the same platform — companies are increasingly trying to harness those platforms to drive customers to them. Even our firm has a Facebook
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