Cyber Liability and Cyber Insurance In Canada
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Co-authors: Eric Dolden; Paul Dawson, B.A., M.A., LL.B.; Gerry Gill, B.A., Hons. B.A., LL.B.; David Girard; Sinziana M. Gutiu, B.A., LL.B., CIPP/C; Mouna Hanna, B.A., J.D., CIPM; Serena Lam, B.A., J.D.; Cody Mann, B.Sc, M.Sc, J.D.; and Parveen Shergill, B.Comm. (Hons), J.D.
Cyber risks, such as data breaches, ransomware, hacking, and privacy breaches are proliferating, and laws relating to cyber risks are novel and rapidly evolving. The reputational, economic, and social costs to Canadian businesses, institutions, and individuals – and their insurers – that can arise from such breaches are growing.
Cyber Liability and Cyber Insurance in Canada, written by one of Canada’s leading cyber risk, breach coach, and insurance law firms, will help guide readers through this hazardous legal and commercial environment.
The book provides a current snapshot of all the relevant statutes, caselaw, risk management “best practices,” and cyber risk insurance products, all in a single volume. Specific and detailed, the book also provides the broader legal and public policy contexts for these developments.
Suitable for lawyers, risk management professionals, brokers, and underwriters, as well as academics and researchers, Cyber Liability and Cyber Insurance in Canada provides the first and only comprehensive review of cyber liability law in Canada, and of insurance relating to it.
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