If change is the only constant in technology, the same follows for cyber insurance. As threats multiply in number and complexity and the technology systems companies employ to protect themselves become more sophisticated, insurers work to meet the new demands and challenges those developments present. At a recent IAPP panel, Brendan Hogan, an attorney at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, Aarti Soni, senior vice president and cyber claims advocacy leader at Marsh, and Joseph Cvelbar, director of global data privacy for Royal Caribbean, offered advice on selecting, applying for and maintaining a policy in the current marketplace. See “Building a Strong Cyber Insurance Policy to Weather the Potential Storm (Part One of Two)
” (Nov. 25, 2015); Part Two
(Dec. 9, 2015).