Full of tips, case studies, tables and checklists this new title sets out the parameters of liability in respect of potential and actual cyber insurance claims and examines the significant areas where such claims will have the greatest impact.

Covering First and Third party insurance, it provides the answers to questions such as:

What is the extent to which a data breach can be protected or mitigated against by having suitable insurance in place? How does having insurance interplay with obligations under the GDPR?
To what extent can insurance be used to safeguard driverless cars, drones and other AI-machines?
How can insurance companies assist when hackers hold companies to ransom after stealing data?
How can insurance assist with smart contracts on the blockchain and for potential coding errors?
How can insurance mitigate against the hacking of online systems of manned ships?

This title is included in Bloomsbury Professional's Cyber Law online service.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Data Obligations and Breaches Generally
Chapter 3 Data Protection as it Applies to Insurance
Chapter 4 Insurance for Artificial Intelligence Products
Chapter 5 Cyber Extortion
Chapter 6 Responding to an Attack
Chapter 7 Cyber Insurance and the Blockchain
Chapter 8 Shipping
Chapter 9 Remedies
Chapter 10 Exclusion clauses
Chapter 11 Cyber Issues in Energy

Product details

Published 22 Jul 2021
Format Paperback
Edition 1st
Extent 232
ISBN 9781526514134
Imprint Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions 248 x 156 mm
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing

About the contributors


Dean Armstrong KC

Dean Armstrong KC is a barrister at Maitland Chamb…


Thomas Steward

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Shyam Thakerar

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