Join Windows IT Security for their very first multi-session, 3-hour Cyber Insurance Summit. This summit brings together two cyber insurance experts on to help educate you on cyber insurance, its role within a cybersecurity strategy, what kinds of solutions are necessary to obtain a policy, and how cyber insurance fits into your response plans.
This summit will be full of plenty of real-world cyber insurance examples, anecdotes, scenarios, and detail applicable to your role in cybersecurity – as well as plenty of opportunity to ask questions of these cyber insurance experts.
Join one session, all of them, or receive a link to the recording for review at your convenience.
As the frequency and severity of cyber events increases, the cyber insurance world is undergoing profound changes. Cybersecurity professionals must know what security changes are being required by cyber insurance companies, and why those changes require early communication and notification throughout their entire organization. Hear from Joseph Brunsman, the resident expert in cyber law, insurance and compliance at The Brunsman Advisory Group (a Professional liability and cyber insurance arm of CPL Brokers), as he covers:
In today’s environment, every organization has substantial cyber risk and every organization needs cyber insurance. Effective incident response takes a team and the team needs to be prepared in advance. Frequently used service providers in incident response are often cyber forensics, cybersecurity, incident response, public relations, breach logistics, forensic accounting, and legal. Many cyber insurance policies strictly limit which service providers can be used for incident response services. Join Shawn Tuma, Cyber Law Attorney focusing on Cyber Risk Management, Cyber Incident Response, as well as Cyber Security, Hacking, and Data Breach Litigation, as he discusses:
Every organization seeking cyber insurance wants to not just be eligible for a policy, but demonstrate they have the technologies in place necessary to obtain the most favorable premium.
So, what does it take to meet the requirements of a cyber insurer?
In this panel discussion, we’ll hear from both Joseph and Shawn as we talk about several aspects of an organization’s preventative and responsive cybersecurity implementations and how they can positively impact obtaining cyber insurance.
Joseph is a 2003 graduate of New Mexico Military Institute and a 2010 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD where he obtained a degree in Systems Engineering with a focus on robotics system interoperability. He is the resident expert in cyber law, insurance, and compliance at The Brunsman Advisory Group – a professional liability and cyber insurance arm of CPL Brokers Inc. Joe has written 2 consecutive books on the subject.
Shawn Tuma is a partner at the law firm of SpencerFane, where he focuses on Cyber Risk Management, Cyber Incident Response, as well as Cyber Security, Hacking, and Data Breach Litigation – helping businesses protect their information and protect themselves from their information. He represents a wide range of clients, from small to midsize companies to Fortune 100 companies, across the United States and globally in dealing with cybersecurity, data privacy, data breach and incident response, regulatory compliance, computer fraud related legal issues, and cyber-related litigation.