Morris Manning & Martin, LLP

Obtaining Cyber Insurance & Adopting a Security Incident Response Plan

06.04.2014

As data breaches dominate the news and privacy regulations increase, it's more important than ever to have insurance for data loss, privacy breaches, and business interruption due to hacking, denial-of-service attacks, and IT system disruption. Join our panelists for an insightful discussion on what business leaders need to know about Cyber Liability Insurance and how it can be used to strengthen an organization’s overall security risk management strategy. 

This webinar provides participants with a unique perspective from compliance, legal, and insurance experts.  The discussion includes:

  • Challenges organizations face when purchasing cyber insurance
  • The importance of a comprehensive and effective security incident response plan when securing coverage
  • What cyber insurance typically does and does not cover
  • How legal counsel works with organizations during and after a breach, including the process of notice for a claim
  • An overview of recent cases and declaratory judgment actions related to cyber insurance

This webinar is the third in a series regarding data security and breach protection.  A replay of the event is available via the link on the left of the screen. A pdf is available here. Recordings of the first and second webinars are available via the links below:

 

ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS

Jessica F. Pardi, Partner, Insurance & Reinsurance Practice
Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP

Jessica practices in the areas of insurance litigation, reinsurance dispute resolution, complex coverage disputes, workers’ compensation premium disputes, bad faith matters, managing general agency disputes and insurer insolvency. She represents insurers and reinsurers in complex arbitrations around the county, lawsuits in state and federal courts throughout the United States, and in regulatory affairs in Georgia and other states.  Jessica frequently speaks on insurance and reinsurance topics and is on the Editorial Board of the Insurance Coverage Law Bulletin, published by American Law Media.

SouWei Brune, Senior Vice President
Willis Group Holdings Limited
Sou is based in Atlanta and responsible for consulting, negotiating and placement of Management Liability Insurance products, including Director's and Officers, Employment Practices, Fiduciary, Fidelity and Errors and Omissions for financial institutions, commercial organizations and health care entities.  She has more than 20 years of experience in FINEX coverages, specializing in large and complex transactions, both on the underwriter and brokerage sides.  Prior to joining Willis, Sou spent three years as the Senior Executive Risks broker at Beecher Carlson and prior to that, 12 years with Marsh.   

Dan Schroeder, CPA, MBA, CISA, CISM, CIPP/IT, ISO 27001 Certified Auditor, PCI-QSA
Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP

Dan is HAW's partner-in-charge of Information Assurance Services. He has over 25 years of experience in IT operations and risk management functions at a Fortune 100 company and in client serving roles with leading CPA firms and technology providers. Dan is the immediate ex-chairperson of the AICPA Information Technology Executive Committee and Chairs the AICPA Privacy Task Force.  He also regularly leads training at national AICPA conferences on the subjects of security and privacy risk management and SSAE 16 / SOC reporting.

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