Joshua Gold


Anderson Kill

Joshua Gold is a shareholder in Anderson Kill’s New York office and chair of Anderson Kill’s Cyber Insurance Recovery Group. He regularly represents policyholders in insurance coverage matters and disputes concerning arbitration, time element insurance, electronic data and other property/casualty insurance coverage issues.

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Cyberattacks on Cryptocurrency Assets: Risk Mitigation and Insurance Coverage

Cryptocurrency assets now top $1.5 trillion globally, attracting a wave of cyber crime.

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Manufacturing | Maritime

Warehouse and Marine Coverage: When it comes to goods and cargo, it’s important to know your insurance benefits

For those who track cargo and warehouse theft, it’s no secret that electronics, computer components and designer brands are prime targets for theft. It’s also no secret that a good many thieves bring ingenuity to their craft. A shipping article from this summer noted that: “Last...

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This Is No Time to Stand Pat: As cyber threats morph, companies need to reassess their readiness, including their insurance protection

In the present environment, cyber risk management simply cannot stay static. Cyber risks continue to morph and vex organizations worldwide. Recent incidents represent a cross-section of nightmare scenarios for businesses, governments and others. They included a large insurance company’s $115...

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When It Comes to Cyberinsurance, Buyer Beware: 10 tips for upping recovery odds from cyber and D&O policies

While the risks posed by data breaches are by now widely recognized, effective management of the risk is lagging. Statistics indicate that concern about data breaches is up, yet half of all businesses have no plans to dedicate more resources to avert these perils.

The purchase of dedicated...

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10 Tips For Enhancing Insurance Recoveries For Cyber Claims

The Massive & Ever-Increasing Risk 2014 has seen one massive data breach after another, affecting industries and organizations of every type. One recent report indicated an Eastern European cyber-crime gang by itself has hacked 1.2 billion username and password combinations. Another report...

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