Cyber Liability Practice Webinar Series
Webinar on February 23, 2018
- Compliance and Risk
- Cyber Insurance
- Cyber Security
- Identity Theft and Fraud
- Incident Response
- Legal and Regulatory
Getting ahead of the exposure landscape for data privacy and security risks and their attendant regulatory compliance mandates has always been a challenge. Staying ahead of that evolving threat landscape is even more challenging. Join Arthur J. Gallagher and ID Experts as they present a 3-part webinar series during January, February and March addressing the following cutting edge topics the market has been asking for experts to address pragmatically with an eye toward real-time guidance: Preventative Services and Tools to consider getting in place before an event occurs; GDPR Planning in light of actual scenarios across organizations today and what the insurance industry thinks of the evolving GDPR compliance exposure; and lastly how to navigate the alphabet soup sea of compliance challenges between HIPAA, NYDFS and GDPR. Expert legal, forensic, underwriting and claims perspectives will examine and compare/contrast the compliance burdens your organization will not be unique in grappling with during 2018 and going forward.
With the frequency and severity of data breaches on the rise across all U.S. industry verticals in 2017 and no signs of change on the horizon going into 2018, there has never been a more important time for every size organization to think about the risk mitigation and prevention services and tools available in the market today. On January, 18th a distinguished panel from across the cyber security and liability industries discussed the full gamut of cyber risk prevention services and tools across several fronts from issue awareness including employee privacy and security training to risks presented by outside third party service provider and vendors. Key pre-breach technology products and incident planning services available in the market today completed the cyber risk prevention assessment every organization should consider going forward.
Many GDPR discussions today seem to more align with drinking from a firehose of “must do’s” than giving meaningful guidance on what and how organizations are currently preparing and what makes the most sense for your organization to consider depending on the scope of your exposure. Actual GDPR planning scenarios underway in organizations today were examined within the scope of what U.S. organizations are subject to GDPR and how these scenarios may translate to best practice tips in preparation for the May 2018 final implementation of arguably the largest global data privacy and security regulation to impact businesses in all industries. Seasoned insurance experts also responded and shared insights and thoughts from the broker and claims/carrier perspectives regarding the current GDPR planning scenarios underway across various industries today.
If you feel you have just tackled HIPAA compliance fully, are wondering what the enforcement landscape will yield surrounding the recent NYDFS regulation, and aren’t sure how or whether your organization can at all streamline its regulatory strategy by also complying with GDPR in advance of its final enactment this coming May, you’re at the right place. This discussion among experts in each of the respective statutes and regulations examined: any overlaps and differences among the nature of the laws; their current and projected enforcement landscapes; and whether your organization can follow one and also comply with any of the others in an effort to gain greater efficiency in the sea of compliance mandates today. Best practices and next steps to address the above discussion points rounded out this panel of regulatory experts.
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An MIT professor once said there is zero correlation between intelligence and wisdom. Intelligence abounds throughout any healthcare organization. When faced with a potential data breach or other incident that can potentially harm organizations and their customers, an incident response plan, or IRP, converts that knowledge into usable wisdom that protects an organization’s patients, customers, and reputation. Required for covered entities and now because of the HITEHC Act, business associates under the HIPAA Security Rule, an IRP provides organizations with a step-by-step guide for responding to security incidents.