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After a cyber attack, it's natural to want to improve your
systems to safeguard against future breaches. But will cyber
liability insurance cover the upgrades? In this video, cyber
insurance lawyer Eric Charleston and associate Michelle Doody
explore one example of an upgrade from two perspectives: the
insurance company and the organization that's experienced the
breach. For more insight into how insurers and insureds usually
negotiate these situations check out the full article on cyber liability insurance exclusions.
Found this video helpful? Then you'll want to check out
these tips on business interruption claims and cyber
insurance from Eric and associate Christine Kucey as well as
suggestions to lower your cyber insurance costs from Eric and
associate Neda Foroughian.
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