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Published 29 October 2021
Welcome to the October edition of our Data And Cyber Bulletin.
This month, we shine a spotlight on silent cyber: from the systemic threat posed by the Internet of Things’ vulnerabilties to how professional indemnity insurers are tackling wordings and exclusions in response.
For those interested in breach related developments, we provide insight into the international legislative drive to combat ransomware by exerting control over crypto-currency payments. We are delighted to receive our monthly guest contribution by Experian’s Jim Steven, providing welcome guidance on how businesses can avoid data breach blind-spots.
Finally, we return to the latest litigation developments. The recent Court of Appeal decision in Griffiths v TUI highlights the practical implications for defendants faced with uncontroverted expert evidence. Our article on Project Red Card delves into the fascinating and forthcoming litigation on sports data mining.
We discuss recent international developments in the drive to address ransomware payments, with a focus on Australia and the USA.
We consider the impact that the roll-out of the Lloyd’s mandate on silent cyber has had on the professional indemnity market, with a particular focus on the SRA, RICS and ICAEW reviews.
We look at the practical implications of “uncontroverted” expert evidence in the context of data protection compensation claims following the decision in Griffiths v TUI.
We consider the data protection and compensation claim issues which are raised by Project Red Card and sports data mining.
We discuss the evolving risks of Internet of Things in the context of silent cyber.
Guest contributor, Jim Steven, provides insight into apparent blind spots in the wake of a data breach incident, and gives helpful recommendations in terms of steps businesses can take now.
We hope you enjoy this month’s newsletter.
DAC Beachcroft’s Cyber Team
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