I’m excited to announce that I’m going to be presenting a session on insurance coverage issues relating to data privacy and cybersecurity at the upcoming International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Global Privacy Summit. It’s a premier privacy conference for privacy professionals, in house counsel, risk managers, and others who are interested in privacy and cybersecurity issues. IAPP advertises that up to 23.5 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) credits are available, and up to 20 hours of continuing privacy education (CPE) credits are available.
Here is a brief overview of the Global Privacy Summit, from the IAPP website:
The privacy conversation starts right here.
The story is happening right now.
Be part of it at the Summit.
Thanks to new technologies and increasing public awareness, we are seeing record engagement in the privacy space—there’s more dialogue than ever before.
And for years, the IAPP Global Privacy Summit has helped to drive this change, engaging minds and creating discourse. It is the largest and most-anticipated privacy conference in the world.
Conference Hotel and Location:
Washington Marriott Wardman Park
2660 Woodley Rd. NW
Washington, DC 20008
My panel will be:
Thursday, March 6, 2:30-4:00 pm
Moderator: Scott Godes, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg LLP
George Liddy, Manager, Risk Management, Sprint Corporation
Toby Merrill, Vice President, National Product Manager, ACE USA
Meredith Schnur, Senior Vice President, Wells Fargo Insurance
If someone asked you right now whether your company had insurance for cyber risks, could you answer (truthfully)? Would you like to know what you should look for when considering cyber insurance or other insurance for cyber risks? If so, this is the session for you!
What you’ll take away:
- A better understanding of cyber insurance
- Tips for evaluating a cyber insurance policy
- Insights on assessing whether other insurance policies cover privacy and data security risks
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Note: as a speaker at the conference, I will not be charged a fee to attend the remainder of the conference.