Episode one of Insurance & Artificial Intelligence: How do AI and internet of things impact the insurance industry? (From Argo Group)

A world of data available today is creating changes in commerce — including the insurance industry.
For those involved in risk assessment, new data techniques […]

From Kivu: What Real-Life Kidnappings Can Teach us About Dealing with Digital Ones

Excerpt from article by Alyssa Newcomb of NBCNews.com

Kidnappings for ransom have been dramatized on television and in the movies and detailed on the new. […]

From McDonald Hopkins: What you can learn from Google Docs email scam

Excerpt from post by Christine N. Czuprynski of McDonald Hopkins
A malicious phishing virus that impersonated Google Docs was discovered and quickly shut down […]

From Marsh: Should Cybersecurity Be a Catch-All for Disruptive Tech Risks?

Excerpt from an article by Thomas Quigley, Communications, Media & Technology, US Practice Leader, Marsh
The mention of disruptive technology risks often spurs a laser […]

From RSA: The GDPR & Your Data Protection Obligations

Excerpt from the RSA blog:
The focus is growing for the European Union’s forthcoming “General Data Protection Regulation,” or GDPR. As its May 25, 2018 […]

Minerva Labs Discusses Its Role in the War on Malware

From ‘Evasive Techniques: An Introduction,’ a 2016 whitepaper from Minvera Labs. The company’s Co-Founder and VP of Research, Omri Moyal, is speaking on the ‘Cloud […]

Electricity Grid Cyber Risk Vulnerability

In his paper — Interdependency Effects on the Electricity Grid Following a ‘Black Sky’ Hazard — Jonathon Monken says the interdependencies of the grid is both […]

Cyber Risk to the Nation’s Critical Port Infrastructure

In their paper — A Framework for Cyber Security Assessments of Critical Port Infrastructure — authors Jonathon Monken, Daniel Trimble and Alexander F.L. Sand discuss […]

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Mid-Atlantic Corporate Counsel Forum | Dec. 5 | Agenda

Monday, December 5, 2016

7:30 | Registration & Breakfast

 8:30 | Opening Remarks

8:45 | Identifying, Assessing, Insuring, and Defending Against Cyber Risks
Using advanced analytics to identify […]

Privacy vs. Security – Conflict or Convergence?

Privacy vs. Security – Conflict or Convergence? 
Thursday March 31, 2 p.m. E.D.T.
2:00 PM ET – 3:00 PM ET
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This webinar will explore the complex […]

The Emerging Threat of Hacking-as-a-Service

Organized cyber crime gangs siphon about 400 million a year from U.S. businesses, according to a McAfee Institute study. But new, inexpensive and easy-to-use […]

BakerHostetler Issues 2015 Data Security Incident Response Report

Details trends, risks and opportunities that companies must confront

What kind of data breach incidents should you prepare for? How should you prepare? BakerHostetler’s Privacy […]

Industry Groups Don’t Love More Powerful FTC in Cyber Security Space

As written by Jaikumar Vijayan, correspondent for CS Monitor

“With a court ruling reaffirming the Federal Trade Commission’s ability to police corporate cybersecurity practices, and […]

FTC Has Authority to Pursue Companies for Failing to Protect Consumer Data, Third Circuit Holds

In a much-anticipated precedential opinion, the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals on Aug. 24 held that the Federal Trade Commission can enforce the […]

How big will the cyber security market be in 2020?

According to MarketResearch.com,  global cyber security market is expected to grow from $106.32 in 2015 to $170.21 billion by 2020. Out of all major technologies, […]

Attorneys General Urge Feds Not To Preempt State Data Breach Notification Laws

On July 7, in response to Congressional efforts to pass a national law on data breach notification and data security, 47 state attorneys general […]

Will Your Cyber Insurance Respond When You Need It Most?

As reported by Orrick’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Practice Group:
Columbia Casualty Company on May 7 filed one of the first lawsuits challenging coverage for […]

Is There Enough Cyber Insurance Capacity?

AIG CEO Peter D. Hancock as quoted in the Wall Street Journal

“The largest coverage I’m aware of is for a bank that has about […]

Will Congress Do Anything About Cyber Risk?

Lockton’s Ben Beeson quoted in Business Insurance

“How do you get industry to raise its game, to improve its resilience against [a cyber] threat?” he said. […]

When Toasters Attack! FTC’s ‘Internet of Things’ Report Hails Innovation, Addresses Risks

“The Internet of Things is already impacting the daily lives of millions of Americans through the adoption of health and fitness monitors, home security […]

ID Experts Dubs 2015 ‘The Year of Incident Response’

“A new cyber-risk handbook from the National Association of Corporate Directors states the case bluntly: “If a sophisticated attacker targets a company’s systems, they […]

LexisNexis® Corporate Counsel Advisory: Are Hackers After Your Confidential M&A Info?

“We all know that people with inside information can time their investment decisions to make millions in the stock market, then perhaps enjoy whopping […]

Cyber Note: Inconsistent Regs to Haunt Innovative Companies this Year, Nixon Peabody’s Linn Foster Freedman Says

Freedman Lists Hot Issues re Big Data & The Internet of THINGS

“As technology gets more sophisticated, federal and state regulators in 2015 will continue […]