A nightmare scenario for any business: you’ve been hacked. The hackers have gained access to countless client records including credit card and other financial data. The expense of dealing with the breach, and the damage to business reputation could be crippling. How best can businesses insure themselves against this and other cyber risks, and what are the legal issues involved?
Most charities and not-for-profit organizations are incorporated as non share capital corporations. These corporations are considered separate legal entities from their members or directors. This 'separateness' protects the members (and to a large extent directors) from being personally liable in the event the organization finds itself liable for damages as a result of a court finding.
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