31 10, 2023

Impact of Comprehensive U.S. Privacy Laws on Cyber Insurance Webinar Recap

By |2023-10-31T09:22:19-05:00October 31, 2023|@PLUS, Cyber, Events, PL Insurance, Webinars|0 Comments

At the Federal level during 2022, over 100 pieces of privacy-related legislation was introduced by the 117th Congress. At the state level, 60 comprehensive consumer privacy bills across 29 states were considered in 2022, representing a 106% increase over 2021. As we head into 2023, five states will enact or update comprehensive privacy laws, bringing privacy requirements to a wide variety of businesses that were never under privacy regulations. While many of these laws are borrowing concepts from the California privacy laws, and specifically the updated California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), each requires businesses to take proactive measures to address [...]

4 07, 2023

Social Inflation Webinar Recap

By |2023-06-30T16:02:03-05:00July 4, 2023|@PLUS, PL Insurance, Webinars|0 Comments

Social Inflation: Just Another Excuse For Rate Increases Or A Genuine Threat To Profitability? Whilst not new as a concept, social inflation is often used as justification for rate increases in renewal discussions in liability classes. This webinar will explore what is meant by the term 'social inflation', the drivers of social inflation, why it's different today compared to ten years ago, and what can be done to mitigate the impact of social inflation. Attendees will gain a better understanding of the causes and consequences of social inflation and how this can impact insurance renewals. This webinar's host, Max Carter [...]

4 05, 2023

Commercial & Cyber Crime Risks: A Coverage Labyrinth Webinar Recap

By |2023-05-08T10:35:52-05:00May 4, 2023|@PLUS, Chapters, Cyber, Misc. Lines, PL Insurance, Webinars|0 Comments

Commercial Crime is more than just burglary or theft of cash from a register or bank account, or equipment from an office. A business could be exposed to crime, from within because of employee dishonesty, and from outside and beyond through electronic infiltration and fraud. As businesses have evolved with more and more of their transactions and operations becoming virtual or having an increased reliance on the internet and networks to grow and expand, the exposures have evolved and shifted more towards computer-related crime and cyber-crime. Cyber and Crime losses can often be misconstrued, and it is not always simple [...]

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