Podcast on D&O insurance, cybersecurity, cyber liabilities, privacy class actions, and insurance: “Executive Summary Webinar Series: What You Need to Know Before You Walk Into the Boardroom (July 2011)”
I recently joined Priya Cherian Huskins and Lauri Floresca of Woodruff Sawyer & Co. to discuss D&O insurance, cyberinsurance, and insurance coverage for privacy issues, data breaches, cyberattacks, denial-of-service attacks and more. Lauri and Priya gave an overview of the D&O insurance marketplace, including changes in pricing, availability of limits, and new insurance policies and insurance products. Then we shifted gears and talked about cybersecurity, cyber liability, and insurance coverage for cybersecurity risks. We touched on the latest data breaches, privacy claims and class actions, and other cyber incidents to have hit the news and discussed the related insurance coverage issues. The audio and supporting materials (that Woodruff Sawyer prepared) have been put online as a podcast and supporting PDF, so that you listen, in case you missed the live presentation.
To listen to this podcast, click here.
To view a pdf of the presentation, click here.
Date and Time
Tuesday, July 19, 2011
11:00 AM – 11:30 AM PST
This webinar is offered free of charge.
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|Before you walk into your next board meeting, what do you need to know when it comes to current D&O liability issues? The “Executive Summary” is Woodruff-Sawyer’s webinar series for CFOs, GCs, Controllers and others who work with boards of directors. The upcoming session will feature a conversation with Woodruff-Sawyer’s Priya Cherian Huskins and Lauri Floresca, both nationally-recognized insurance experts, and Scott Godes [formerly] of Dickstein Shapiro.Scott [was] the co-leader of Dickstein Shapiro’s Cyber Security Coverage Initiative. Areas of Discussion
- D&O Market Update
- D&O Litigation Update
– Newest numbers on D&O suits
– Latest on Supreme Court rulings
- Lessons from Sony & Citi: What boards should be asking about cyber liability
– Updates on the recent high-profile data security breaches
– Understanding the impact of California’s recent Supreme Court zip code decision
– What should boards do to mitigate cyber risks?
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