A Look Inside Businesses’ Private Disputes Over Ransomware Costs

Supply chain attacks that hit service providers like SolarWinds, Microsoft and Kaseya exponentially spread damage across many companies – and they also engender disputes between businesses. Now, companies are increasingly locking horns out of public view in pre-litigation negotiations and arbitration, several attorneys and an arbitrator told the Cybersecurity Law Report. This article peels back the curtain to reveal how data breach arbitration unfolds for companies and how victim businesses manage post-attack damage claims. It also provides practical insights from practitioners on ways to avert or efficiently resolve these disputes. See “How to Prevent and Handle Disputes Over Ransomware Insurance Claims” (Feb. 3, 2021).

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