UK firms failing to grasp GDPR’s reporting deadlines, warns regulator

UK firms failing to grasp GDPR’s reporting deadlines, warns regulator

UK firms failing to grasp GDPR’s reporting deadlines, warns regulator

The UK data protection regulator has warned that some companies are “struggling” to fully understand that General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) breaches must be reported within the first 72 hours. While the UK Government has warned that  a no-deal Brexit would obstruct the free flow of personal data from the European Union (EU) to the UK, going on to urge its firms to proactively address potential disruptions…

IUA drafts broad exclusion to tackle silent cyber exposures

IUA drafts broad exclusion to tackle silent cyber exposures

IUA drafts broad exclusion to tackle silent cyber exposures

The International Underwriting Association (IUA) has drafted a broad clause to address silent cyber risk. The clause can be inserted into almost any P&C insurance policy to totally exclude cyber exposures, although it includes a provision that would allow the contractual parties to agree to include cyber-related exposures on a case-by-case basis…