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As if the cyber perils of past years were not enough bad news, 2018 is off to an ominous start. There was big news this month that Yahoo paid an $80 million settlement to resolve securities class action litigation after all sorts of questions were raised concerning the handling of the corporate disclosures of the attack. More bad news saw continued hacks, online theft, and the revelation that Russian spies have dangerously infiltrated U.S. infrastructure and transportation systems.
The good news on the cyber insurance front is that insurance companies remain eager to sell cyber protection, and favorable terms can be obtained. The bad news is that the market continues to lack uniformity and many policies are confusing and densely written. After an overview of the attack vectors, this session will provide participants with the tools they need to purchase reliable insurance protection. Presenters will also deliver ten tips for avoiding coverage traps and increasing the chances that the coverage grant covers the actual cyber exposure.
REGISTRATION: 2:30 PM-3:00 PMCONFERENCE: 3:00 PM-5:00 PMNETWORKING RECEPTION: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
CLE APPROVED:California 1.5 generalNew York 2.0 PPNew Jersey 2.2 generalPennsylvania 1.5 substantive This program is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.
Joshua Gold, Esq.Shareholder, Anderson KillChair of Anderson Kill's Cyber Insurance Recovery Group
Adam CottiniManaging Director, Cyber Liability Practice Area Senior Vice PresidentJ. Gallagher & Co.
Daniel J. Healy, Esq.Partner, Anderson KillCo-Chair of Anderson Kill's Cyber Insurance Recovery Group
Peter A. Halprin, MCIArb, Esq.AttorneyAnderson Kill
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