The Council has been working on an approach to standardize the monitoring processes for agents/brokers that are considered to be third-party service providers (TPSPs) of the carriers (and vice versa) under New York’s Cybersecurity Regulation.
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May 2, 2019 Should Zurich fail to prove any of the points in this article, NotPetya could be, in the court’s eyes, an act of criminality, or even of terrorism.
May 2, 2019 In 2017, companies worldwide, from Ukrainian banks to Danish shipping conglomerate Maersk to US companies Merck and Mondelēz, were crippled by a malware attack targeting every existing
April 4, 2019 As discussed in a previous newsletter analyzing the current cybersecurity landscape, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) established its own standards, known as the NAIC Insurance
March 7, 2019 Legal use does not always equate to ethical use. Lots of things happened in 2018 that focused our attention on privacy. Facebook got everyone’s attention in March
March 7, 2019 The California Consumer Privacy Protection Act (CCPA), passed last year in California with strong bipartisan agreement, was a watershed moment in US cyber regulation. Following the example
February 21, 2019 The Council released its seventh biannual Cyber Insurance Market Watch Survey earlier this month and according to the results, take-up rate for commercial cyber coverage remained relatively
February 21, 2019 Coalition, a San Francisco-based MGA specializing in cyber insurance and risk management services for SMB’s, announced that it will broaden its coverage for General Data Protection Regulation
February 7, 2019 The Council’s legal team at Steptoe & Johnson highlighted another important interpretation of the New York Department of Financial Services’ (NYDFS) Cybersecurity Rule, which promises to have
February 7, 2019 The insurance data security model law, which was adopted in October by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners and which has many similarities to the New York