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8 Ways to Preserve Legal Privilege After a Cybersecurity Incident
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dapa1206
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7/8/2021 | 9:15:06 AM
Relate advice here to cyber liability insurance
Really good read.  Thank you.  Regarding how forensic skills are brought in under legal rather than business auspices, what about instances where cyber liability insurance is invoked?  Often in the policy the provider has a list of forensic servicers and may be involved in brokering those services.  Is there any specific advice around maintaining the attorney client privilege when getting forensic (or other) services via the cyber insurnace instrument?
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7/12/2021 | 10:13:05 PM
Re: Relate advice here to cyber liability insurance
As a disclaimer please note that I am not providing legal advice and these communications do not create an attorney client relationship. Some carriers have third party vendors that are approved just like they have panel counsel. That said, the attorney can still retain the vendor even if ultimately the carrier is paying.  


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