Cybersecurity Insurance Policy Agreement from AXA

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In this episode, Eric Drattel, general counsel at Roostify, tears down AXA’s Cybersecurity Insurance Policy Agreement. Although these insurance policies can and should be highly negotiated and customized, Eric walks through principles and red flags every lawyer should pay attention to. With major breaches in the news recently, lawyers should definitely know enough about the policies to advise well. So let’s tear it down.

AXA’s CyberRisk Connect

 

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Eric Drattell
Eric Drattell
General Counsel
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CEO @Lawyer Forward

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