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Tag Archives: Data Breach

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Government Succeeds in Keeping Anthem Data Breach Documents Under Wraps

May 11, 2017

Between December 2014 and January 2015, Anthem Inc., suffered a massive cyberattack on its computer systems, allowing hackers to steal the health and personal information of nearly 80 million people. In re: Anthem, Inc. Data Breach Litigation, — F. Supp.3d —-, No. 16-MC-2210 APM, 2017 WL 680378, at *1 (D.D.C. Feb. 21, 2017). Federal employees […]

A Cautionary Tale: Pay Attention to Remedial Steps Post Cyber Breach

March 22, 2017

I remember in drivers’ education class being shown the obligatory scary movie on railroad crossing accidents. After the wreck, one salty old train engineer says to another, looking at the demolished car, “Why don’t they learn, Slim?” “I don’t know, Jim,” the other fellow says, scratching his furrowed brow. In the information security world, we […]

Are Data Breach Claims Covered by a Commercial General Liability Policy?

April 1, 2014

“Hello, Mr. Jones. Did you just try to make a $10,000 jewelry purchase in Brazil?” To put it mildly, that is not the type of question that want your customers– or as an insurance company, the customers of your policyholder– to receive. All too often, however, despite the best security efforts, data breaches of sensitive […]