Cyber Risks, Social Media and Insurance

ebook A Guide to Risk Assessment and Management

By Carrie E. Cope

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The publication provides unique and indispensable guidance to all in the insurance industry, other businesses and their counsel in identifying and understanding the risks — notably including cyber risks — they face by using social media in the business world and mitigating those risks through a compilation of best practices by industry experts and rulings by courts and regulatory authorities. It features analyses of pertinent policies, statutes, and cases.

A few of the Highlights in the 2022-2023 Edition include:

  • Discussion of developing litigation against social media companies for censoring of online postings.
  • Discussion of developing litigation against social media companies for censoring of online postings.
  • Discussion of how informal social media discovery is the new norm and may also be a dereliction of an attorney's duty if an attorney fails to perform social media searches.
  • Discussion of recent developments in underwriting for cyber and social media risks.
  • Analysis of recent case law addressing insurers' utilization of price optimization.
  • Analysis of recent case law concerning liability in connection with the use of social media.
  • Discussion of the Strengthening American Cybersecurity Act, which brings in sweeping changes to the federal legal landscape regarding cybersecurity and cyber incident response within critical infrastructure sectors.
  • Assessing the impact of Artificial Intelligence risks on the insurance industry.
  • Examining developments in emerging technologies, including virtual reality and augmented reality, and their impact on insurance.
  • Discussion of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission and the "CSC 2.0 Project."
  • Discussion of anticipated changes to the National Labor Relations Board's policies for employers' work rules concerning employee use of social media.
  • Cyber Risks, Social Media and Insurance