Managing Risks of Any Size, For Entities of All Sizes: 2014 Cyber Liability Forum in Review

by Jeremy Henley

As usual it was great to meet up in Philadelphia for this annual conference to see old friends and make many new ones.  As a long-time attendee and speaker, I can confirm that it is a good time for us to catch up on the latest and greatest in the cyber insurance space.

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Should Insurance Carriers offer a Virtual Privacy Expert?

by Jeremy Henley

I recently wrote about the Advisen conference I attended in San Francisco and some of the presentations that I found very interesting - see my previous blog on Advisen West Coast Style.  During the conference several of the panelists discussed the need for pre-breach services and what services would be useful prior to a breach.  Susan Young a Vice President with Marsh Risk & Insurance services talked about how valuable loss prevention tools would be, such as risk assessments, training or education, as well as incident response planning.

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Advisen West Coast Style

by Jeremy Henley

The folks at Advisen finally got the word that the West Coast is the best coast when it comes to Cyber Liability, or at least that we do matter our here and had their first Cyber Insights conference in San Francisco this March.  I don’t know the final numbers but there seemed to be north of 100 in attendance for the inaugural event.  All kidding aside, many of the speakers were the usual suspects that often appear at conferences and rightly full so since most of them really do know there specialties well.  What was great is that having the event in on the West Coast brought out new faces in the cyber world and I made some great new connections.   

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Are Data Breach Calculators Effective?

by Jeremy Henley

There are plenty of data breach calculators out there for anyone to play with to see how bad a breach might be in terms of costs, but are they accurate?  I think the answer is no, for a variety of reasons; so then the question is: what purpose do they serve?  And why are there so many?  Since they do not have the same results, how do we know which ones to trust? 

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PLUS International Cyber Update

by Jeremy Henley

This year at PLUS International there were more cyber related sessions than ever before as this increasingly becomes an area of focus for more underwriters. The session I was invited to speak at, Cyber Insurance 3.0 Cutting Edge Advancements in Coverage and Services, covered some of the changes to coverage including new product developments.

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Cyber Liability Forum Review

by Jeremy Henley

Last week saw the highest attendance ever at the Cyber Liability Forum in Marina Del Rey.  It was a who’s who for Cyber insurance carriers, brokers, state regulators and a few vendors as well.  There were many great sessions but I wanted to highlight a few of the take-a-ways that I had from the event.

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Enterprise Risk Management is a team sport

by Jeremy Henley

We often get the question of “who is in charge when a data breach occurs?” or a slightly different one of “who is in charge of preventing a data breach for an organization?”

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The Next Record Breaking Breach

by Jeremy Henley

There has not been a record breaking breach for a while now.  Unless you consider the little issue that the NSA has in terms of dealing with their leak(s).  I am referring to the rest of the corporate world that use PII and PHI daily for business purposes, they have not had a record setting lost for quite a while.    Does this mean all of the privacy and security risks and issues have been solved?  I don’t think so.

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Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum 2013

by Jeremy Henley

Well it’s that time of year again when all the key players of the cyber liability insurance world arrive in Philadelphia.  Net Diligence works closely with HB Litigation conferences to get more than 300 attendees to the Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum on June 6-7 which is sure to be another great event.  

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Cyber Liability Insurance at the State Government level

by Jeremy Henley

I read an interesting article recently on Cyber Insurance within the public sector titled "Are Governments Ready to be Buyers of Cybersecurity Insurance". There were two main points that stood out to me and a surprise as well.

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