Many of us use computers for our work. In some cases, your company will have insurance that covers damage to the computer caused by a circumvention (a/k/a “hack”) of the software. Can your company take the software company to court when that happens — or must the case go to arbitration? The answer can depend on the contract with the software company and whether the hack was by a private actor. Please read more in this recent article from the Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center that I penned. Please click here for more.
By knowing more about the types of contracts your business enters into in connection with cyber related issues, the better off your business will be.