David Smith and I have recently been writing and speaking about cyber risks and cyber insurance for the wine industry. While many of the high-profile data security breaches in the news involve large public companies, all businesses that accept credit cards for payment and/or have personally identifiable information from employees or customers are at risk of a data security breach. This is the case even if the collection or storage of such information is handled by a third-party vendor. Businesses should carefully consider their cyber risks and whether cyber insurance could help them manage those risks. We’d like to share an article we recently wrote on protecting your wine business against data security breaches and other cyber risks: Protect Your Wine Business Against Data Security Breaches and Other Cyber Risks.

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Photo of Tyler Gerking Tyler Gerking

Tyler has a commercial litigation practice focused on recovering money for individual and corporate policyholders under all types of insurance policies, including commercial general liability, directors’ and officers’ liability, professional errors and omissions liability, employment practices liability and first-party property policies. Tyler is …

Tyler has a commercial litigation practice focused on recovering money for individual and corporate policyholders under all types of insurance policies, including commercial general liability, directors’ and officers’ liability, professional errors and omissions liability, employment practices liability and first-party property policies. Tyler is a fellow in the American College of Coverage Counsel.

Contact: tgerking@fbm.com

Photo of David Smith David Smith

David specializes in insurance coverage law, focusing on insurance claim preparation and presentation. He also works on the negotiation of insurance claims and disputes on behalf of policyholders. Additionally, David works with the firm’s insurance coverage attorneys in the areas of insurance industry…

David specializes in insurance coverage law, focusing on insurance claim preparation and presentation. He also works on the negotiation of insurance claims and disputes on behalf of policyholders. Additionally, David works with the firm’s insurance coverage attorneys in the areas of insurance industry policy drafting history, industry interpretation, and coverage intent. He also specializes in the identification and analysis of client’s insurance policies that may provide coverage for a loss. This includes insurance archaeology – the piecing together of secondary evidence of lost policies to reconstruct historical records of clients’ insurance programs.