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Insurance can play a vital role in a company’s overall strategy to address, mitigate and maximize protection against the increasing threat of cyber risk.  In Part 2 of this four-part article, the author examines potential coverage for cyber and privacy-related risks under general liability insurance policies.  Part 3 will examine potential coverage under property and other common types of “traditional” insurance policies.  Part 4 will examine the types of coverages available under revolutionary new “cyber” insurance products.

While some companies carry specialty insurance policies that are specifically designed to afford coverage for cyber risk, most companies have various forms of “traditional” insurance policies that may cover cyber risks, including commercial general liability (“CGL”), commercial property/business interruption, D&O, E&O, professional liability, fiduciary, crime and other policies.

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