Join Winston Krone and the other panelists in a discussion to explore how companies can conceive of cyber threats in new ways and redefine their success in a rapidly evolving environment. The cyber threats facing businesses today can no longer be defined solely in technical terms. A single cyber event can impair an organization’s balance sheet leading to material financial losses.
JLT’s Cyber, Content and New Technology Risks team delivers bespoke risk management and insurance solutions to meet the needs of clients from a variety of industries.
Join Adam DeMonaco and other experts discussing Beyond the (data) breach: Battling evolving cyber risks
Cyber exposures are expanding at a rapid pace, with a more connected business landscape introducing fundamental threats to businesses of all sizes and shapes. This day and a half conference will outline some of these threats, using recent examples, and ask how businesses should address them, with technology and human capital solutions.
How is the insurance market responding? Is there enough cover available in these developing areas of business interruption, contingent business interruption, third party lawsuits and systems failure to adequately address buyer’s needs?
Tuesday, February 13 from 12:00pm – 6:00pm
Wednesday, February 14 from 8:00am – 6:00pm
The Julia Morgan Ballroom
San Francisco, CA
Register using this link: Advisen Registration 2018
Douglas Brush and his panel will discuss Threats in the Malware and Phishing Landscape. As the cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve, it’s critical that your firm understands what to look for and how to defend against it. Panelists will dive into methods used in deceptive phishing attacks, business email compromise, and pharming. The session will also provide techniques used to deliver malware, the common variants in use across the world, and more specifically in your industry. You’ll learn how to safeguard your firm from these attacks and get insight into what your peers are doing to address these concerns.
For additional information and how to register, please visit ACA.
Cybersecurity Briefing: A Check-Up for Your Facility’s Cybersecurity and Data Protection Awareness.
Douglas Brush will be speaking at the Healthcare Council briefing on November 1, 2017. The briefing will begin with a session that addresses threats like ransomware and wiper malware, common healthcare vulnerabilities such as legacy systems, medical devices, and insider threats. The first session will also include a review of recent Office of Civil Rights settlements and fines resulting from cyber events. The second session will feature an interactive panel discussion exploring real examples of data breach claims. The panel will use the examples to illustrate evaluation of the claims process, cyber insurance coverage issues and responses to a data breach, among other topics.
Speakers include Jason McLean and Holly Whalen, attorneys in the Cybersecurity Practice Group at Cipriani & Werner, P.C. and Todd Whiteman, executive vice president at Enscoe Long Insurance Group. Speakers also include Jodi Keller, account executive at Travelers and Jim Rogus, managing director of Bond and Specialty Insurance at Travelers, Douglas Brush, Director at Kivu Consulting.
Join Winston Krone, Cinthia Granados Motley and Wendy Holms for this PLUS webinar discussing pre-breach forensics.
Allowing wide-open access to confidential resources within a network can result in small breaches becoming enormous. Failing to maintain complete logs could turn a $20K breach into a $1M breach.
Is there a standard of reasonableness? Is there a fair balance between reasonable security and reasonable business practices when it comes to preparation? Is your organization subject to GDPR and if so, are your current business practices GDPR-compliant?
Conducting a sensitive data mapping assessment (and what that actually means) is very important for U.S. companies in a GDPR world–is your organization subject to GDPR based on data residency issues or whether you service EU citizens?
These and many other issues on the minds of proactive organizations today will be addressed; underscoring the thinking that the best time to fix your roof is before it rains
For additional information and how to register, please visit PLUS.