Join me for the IRMI Cyber & Privacy Risk Conference.
IRMI Cyber & Privacy Risk Conference. Mark your calendar to join us in Baltimore, MD on May 16-17, 2012.
Noted cybersecurity, homeland and national security expert Richard A. Clarke will deliver the keynote address.
Discussing the last IRMI Cyber & Privacy Risk Conference, IRMI notes:
This past July in San Francisco, 100 risk managers, underwriters, agents and brokers attended the first IRMI Cyber & Privacy Risk Conference.
These industry thought leaders came away with a greatly improved understanding of how to identify, contractually transfer, and insure liability risks arising from the use of technology and the Internet in business. Many networking opportunities were provided to build relationships with leaders in cyber and privacy risk management and insurance.
My session will be:
Wednesday, May 16, 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
The Cyber Risk Regulatory and Legal HorizonAs the web of laws and regulatory requirements increases, managing the risks of cyber security becomes even more challenging. On top of the multitude of state laws, the SEC recently released reporting requirements and Congress is set to take up a number of bills during 2012. This workshop will provide an overview the range of laws and regulations in place and explore the new legislative developments affecting cyber insurance and risks, as well as the reporting requirements issued recently by the SEC.
- Scott N. Godes, Counsel in the Insurance Coverage Practice, [formerly] Dickstein Shapiro LLP
- Jacob Olcott, Principal, Cybersecurity, Good Harbor Consulting, LLC
- Tim Stapleton, Assistant Vice President and Professional Liability Product Manager, Zurich North America
- Other Panelists To Be Announced
Interested in attending? Then head on over to the RIMS 2012 website to register.
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Note: as a speaker at the conference, I will not be charged a fee related to the conference.
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