Monthly Archives: April 2015

Connecticut Supreme Court Likely To Affirm Personal Injury Coverage For Data Breach Requires Actual Publication To Third Parties

The Connecticut Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday April 27th on an appeal testing the scope of coverage afforded for a business’s data loss or theft events under its Commercial General Liability insurance’s “Personal Injury” coverages.   Based on the Justices’

Posted in Data Breach, Data Security, Insurance, Litigation

Middle District of Pennsylvania Dismisses Data Breach Class Actions for Lack of Standing

Yet another federal judge has concluded that an individual whose personal information was allegedly accessed during a data breach lacks standing to sue unless and until there has been a misuse of that personal information or such misuse can be

Posted in Data Breach, Litigation

Another Health Plan Hit By Massive CyberAttack and Class Actions Follow

Coming fresh off the heels of the Anthem data breach Premera Blue Cross announced on March 17th that it was the victim of a “sophisticated” cyberattack that may have exposed the personal information of approximately 11 million of its members.  Premera has approximately

Posted in Cyberattack, Data Breach, Data Security, Litigation, Privacy
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