Are you up to speed on new regulations?

From the European Union to California, regulators have become increasingly active concerning how companies are handling and securing personal data. Today’s regulations go far beyond “standard” data breach issues and apply to how companies manage data from its collection or creation through its ultimate disposition. Violation of regulatory requirements can result in the imposition of staggering fines and restrictions on future data processing. Because obtaining and remaining in compliance with these new regulatory mandates is creating challenges for even the most forward-thinking companies, enterprises should strongly consider transferring risk through insurance. In this session, we’ll outline the various exposures companies face under these emerging regulations and discuss how the right insurance can help mitigate the resultant exposures.

Insurance for Today’s Emerging Regulatory Cyber Security and Privacy Exposures: Coverage for GDPR, CCPA and More

What you will learn:

Emerging exposures that have been created by new data protection and privacy regulations, including GDPR, CCPA, and NY DFS.

How cyber insurance can apply to regulatory exposures.

What coverage exists for regulatory exposures in the absence of a data breach or disclosure.

How cyber insurance policies respond to regulatory fines and penalties.

Considerations with regard to coverage under “traditional” insurance policies for regulatory exposures.

And answers to your questions.


Judy Selby | Principal | Judy Selby Consulting LLC 

Judy brings 25 years of insurance coverage litigation experience on behalf of insurers and policyholders to her insurance consulting work and this webinar. She has a particular expertise in cyber insurance and coverage under various policy forms for today’s emerging risks. Judy provides coverage evaluation, policy negotiation, and gap analysis services to companies across multiple industries, helping them to make the most of their insurance premium dollars. She also provides insurance due diligence, expert witness and litigation consulting services to both policyholders and insurance companies in coverage disputes.

In the course of her career, she has evaluated coverage under a wide variety of policy forms, including: CGL; D&O / E&O; Employment Practices; Homeowners / Fine Arts & Collections / Auto; Tech E&O; Commercial Property; Manufacturers Output (MOP) / Commercial Output (COP); Bermuda Form; Crime; and Fidelity.

She is a prolific author and sought-after speaker on insurance, cyber, technology, and compliance issues. She has been quoted in leading publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes, Reuters, Directors & Boards, InformationWeek, Business Insurance, Law360, Bloomberg BNA, CIO, CSO, Insurance Business America, National Law Journal, Dark Reading, Corporate Executive Board, and LegalTech News. Judy has authored the eBooks “Demystifying Cyber Insurance: 5 Steps to the Right Coverage” and “Big Data for Business Leaders.”

In addition to her law degree from Brooklyn Law School, she has completed courses in Finance with Harvard Business School HBX, Big Data, Crisis Management/Business Continuity, Cyber Security and the Internet of Things (IoT) with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professional Education, and Cloud Computing with IEEE.

Molly McGinnis Stine | Partner | Locke Lord LLP

Molly works with clients throughout the United States, England, Germany and elsewhere. She is part of the Firm’s Insurance: Litigation and Counseling practice group. She also is a member of the Steering Committee of the firm’s Privacy & Cybersecurity practice group, its Incident Response Team, and its New York Department of Financial Services initiative.

In particular, Molly’s practice focuses on the representation of insurers and reinsurers in respect of cyber, technology, media, data security, professional liability, directors and officers, errors and omissions, and financial liability policies and claims arising out of a number of different policy wordings, legal theories and factual situations. The types of claims include first party and third party losses. She frequently works with, for example, claims concerning incident response, cybersecurity and privacy liability, regulatory proceedings, ransomware, malware, extortion, business email compromise, wire transfer fraud, business interruption or business income loss, data or system restoration or replacement costs, errors and omissions liability, and website or media content liability.

Molly also works with clients to create and implement programs and procedures for cybersecurity and privacy risk management, address regulatory and contractual requirements, to engage in solid practices for third party service provider and vendor relationships, and bolster incident preparedness and response readiness.

Molly is a frequently requested speaker and a prolific writer on cybersecurity, privacy and insurance topics.

Education: J.D., University of Michigan Law School; B.A., Macalester College

Daniel J. Healy | Partner | Anderson Kill

Dan is a partner in Anderson Kill’s Washington, D.C. office. He started his career with Anderson Kill and then served over five years as a Trial Attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division. He appeared as lead trial counsel in federal and state courts across the country, received numerous Outstanding Attorney awards and served as the E-Discovery Coordinator for the Tax Division.

Dan currently is the Deputy Co-Chair of Anderson Kill’s Cyber Insurance Recovery Practice Group, and a member of the firm’s Blockchain & Virtual Currency and Regulated Products Groups.

He represents policyholders seeking insurance coverage. He has experience obtaining coverage under a variety of insurance policies relating to directors and officers liabilities, business interruptions, environmental liabilities, health benefits, property damage, asbestos products, title insurance liabilities, and intellectual property disputes. He has represented railroads, banks, financial service providers, manufacturers, retailers, technology companies and food and beverage providers.

Dan also litigates all areas of intellectual property. He has represented trademark owners in disputes involving domain names, cybersquatting, online infringement and reverse confusion, has appeared before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board and has litigated claims of unfair competition, copyright infringement and patent infringement.  He also successfully represented a client against the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Education: Fordham University, J.D.; Siena College, B.A.; Editor, Fordham Urban Law Journal