Private Data Breaches – Insurance Coverage Implications & Prevention

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On July 15, 2009, I’m going to be speaking at a teleconference for my friends at HB Litigation Conferences.  The conference is:

Private Data Breaches – Insurance Coverage Implications & Prevention

Are You Covered When Hackers Get Through?

Here’s the agenda:

Are You Covered When Hackers Get Through?

  • An overview of data breach incidents
  • Does a company have coverage for data breaches?
  • An overview of current insurance coverage cases relating to data breaches
  • Advising clients who have been hacked
  • Top recommendations for clients to prevent data breaches and to secure coverage for future incidents

I’ll be joined by Arturo Perez Reyes, Saylor & Hill Company, A Barney & Barney Company, Oakland, CA and Timothy Delahunt, Esq., Kenney, Shelton, Liptak & Nowak, L.L.P., Buffalo, NY.

Please join us for the teleconference!  I’m looking forward to speaking at the event and talking about insurance coverage for data breaches, an issue that could affect just about any company out there.  If you’re interested in joining us, surf on over to the conference page on HB Litigation’s site, and sign up!

Date: July 15, 2009
Time: 2:00-3:40 pm ET
Price: $149 – unlimited* (includes CLE for 1 listener); $99 – single (includes CLE for 1 listener)

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