BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Court Journal of Science & Technology has published an article on Cyber Risk & Insurance examining the issue of cyber risk and exposures to loss, including recent legal and legislative developments. It reviews and discusses the options for cyber insurance coverage and the coverage limitations of such policies and endorsements. The article also explains the first and third party exposures to loss that cyber insurance covers as well as other benefits of cyber insurance. The purpose of this article is to provide guidance to legal practitioners and other professional advisors regarding potential cyber risk exposures. The article can be seen online:
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About the Authors
David Stegall is Principal Consultant of Risk Consulting & Expert Services (RCES), a fee for service only, consulting practice in Birmingham, Alabama. RCES provides insurance, reinsurance and risk management consulting to commerce, industry and government, including expert witness and litigation services.
Joy Gander is Principal Consultant of Gander Consulting Group, LLC in Madison, Wisconsin. Gander Consulting provides independent risk management consulting, expert witness and litigation support services to private, public and non-profit organizations. The firm sells no insurance.
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