Liability Claim Data
Liability claims for data is upon us. Where it is not regualted in most states as a 'must have' to do business. There are more common practices that hold firms accountable to their clients and in considerations as 'reasonable effort'. Reed Smith note, "A typical CGL policy provides broad liability insurance coverage under two insuring agreements – Coverage A (bodily injury and property damage) and Coverage B (personal and advertising injury) – that generally cover all risks of such a nature except those that are specifically excluded. Coverage A includes coverage for property damage, which is often defined to include: (i) “physical injury to tangible property, including loss of use of that property”; and (ii) “loss of use of tangible property that is not physically injured.”. This however is not an impossible task and worth taking a look for the future of your firm.
Why Law Firms Should Concern?
Many firms are now asking, “What do we do to keep our systems and data safe? How can we keep this from happening to us?” There is a simple answer to this question: Hire a chief information security officer, give him or her a budget to hire the staff needed to build and maintain an enterprise security program (ESP), and exercise appropriate governance over the firm’s digital assets. (continue reading...). However, we are expensive and most firms cannot hire us longterm. THe solution is Charles Edda & C. Bouley call us for flexiblity options.