“Meet the Cyber Insurance Code Breakers”
Join us Thursday April 22, 2021 for the third of four Cyber Law Risk & Policy webinars for 2020-21. The panel discussion will include leading cyber insurance, information security technologists and legal experts to decipher the rapidly evolving range of cyber risk, given the growing threat landscape and how cyber insurance plays a critical leading role in the process. Panelists will cover the latest strategies to develop security processes to satisfy risk requirements, how to qualify for and maintain cyber insurance in today’s changing insurance environment, and the legal and tactical considerations about insurance coverage when a company experiences a ransomware attack and other threat vectors. Panelists will offer actionable guidance and share perspectives from Security Operations, Insurance Company and Brokerage, and Counsel representing an Insurance Breach Panel.
– Chris Reese – Lockton Insurance (Moderator)
– Aleksandra (Aleks) Vold – Digital Assets & Data Management Practice Group at BakerHostetler.
– Angela C. Williams – Blue Cross, Blue Shield of Michigan
– Libby Benet – Axa XL Insurance
– Nicole Sette – Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps
Format: Interactive Panel Discussion.
Duration: 1-hour panel discussion with 30-minute live Q&A to follow.
Delivery: ZOOM. Link will be provided to all registrants the week of the event.
The webinar series features industry leaders sharing best practices on a range of topics designed to help organizations prepare for what’s next in cyber law and risk. Each session broken into 90-minute forums, running October through July.
Who Should Attend:
– CISO’s and Security Professionals
– In-House Counsel
– Board Members
– Attorneys involved in Cyber
– Insurance Industry Leaders
– Policy Makers
– Hybrid Professionals
Thanks to the generosity of our program sponsors we are able to offer our 2020-21 Cyber Law Risk & Policy Webinar series at no cost. Please be sure and register today.
SHEPPARD MULLIN | LOCKTON INSURANCE | KROLL | FTI CONSULTING | SINTENALONE