Damage Control is an approachable, non-technical, collection of knowledge and experience from a Master’s in Cybersecurity Law (MSL), a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), and a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
While extensive and heavily researched, Damage Control offers a clear avenue for readers to understand the following questions, and more:
- What are the basics of cybersecurity?
- What is a breach?
- What threats are facing my business?
- When is client notification required, or not required?
- What potential state cybersecurity and breach notification laws apply to my business, and what do they mandate?
- What potential federal or international cybersecurity and privacy laws apply to my business?
- What “cyber” coverage may be found in my existing insurance policies?
- What does cyber insurance cover, or not cover?
- What should be in my cyber insurance policy, and why?
- How much cyber insurance do I need?
- How do I minimize my odds of a declination of coverage?
- What happens when multiple policies cover the same loss?
- When regulators mandate, “reasonable” cybersecurity, what do they mean?
Damage Control is the ideal reference for business owners, management, internal and external IT, cybersecurity staff, HR professionals, operations professionals, undergraduate or graduate-level students, privacy or cybersecurity law attorneys, and cyber insurance providers.