When a Data Breach Happens: Be Ready, Be Calm, and Preserve Evidence

When it comes to data breaches, things can get pretty complicated pretty fast. But if there are simple themes that arise they might boil down to these: Be prepared, continually make sure you are prepared, engage the right people right away, act appropriately but don’t overreact, and document everything you do as if you’re already answering to an Attorney General.

Vermont Assistant AG to Speak on Regulatory Session at Cyber Risk Forum

HB Litigation Conferences and NetDiligence® are pleased to announce Ryan Kriger, an Assistant Attorney General in the Vermont Office of the Attorney General, has […]

Godes on Statutory Damages in Cyber Policies

In this clip, Scott Godes, Esq. of Dickstein Shapiro discusses coverage for statutory damages in cyber policies. Godes spoke during the NetDiligence® Cyber Risk […]

Olcott on Regulatory Challenges for Cyber Risk

Jacob Olcott of Good Harbor Consulting discusses the 2011 Senate Investigation of Disclosure Practices for cyber risk and its finding that risks and events […]

Kobus Discusses Data Security Maintenance and Collection Policies

Ted Kobus, National Co-Leader of the Privacy, Security and Social Media Team at Baker Hostetler, discusses the importance of sound data security, maintenance and […]

Nelson Levine’s Mullen on Post-Breach Trends

What trends are occurring in the crucial time period immediately following a data breach? John F. Mullen of Nelson Levine de Luca & Horst […]

Hactivism in cyber breaches and SEC guidance on cyber security

Tracie Grella of Chartis Insurance discusses the recent trend of Hactivism in cyber breaches as well as the latest SEC guidance on cyber security. […]

Carbon Black’s Viscuso on What Not to Do After a Breach

What should a company do — and not do — immediately following a breach in cyber security? Michael Viscuso, CEO of Carbon Black, […]

Common Weaknesses in Cyber Protection

What are the three most common mistakes that lead to a company’s breach in cyber security?

Michael Viscuso, CEO of Carbon Black shares […]

Cyber Liability Study Provides Valuable Insight Into Emerging Industry

By Mark Greisiger, President, NetDiligence®

Our objective in performing the NetDiligence® Cyber Liability & Data Breach Insurance Claims Study was to present some empirical data […]

Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum Set for October, HB and NetDiligence Announce

CYBER RISK & PRIVACY LIABILITY FORUM SET FOR OCTOBER, HB AND NETDILIGENCE ANNOUNCE

LOS ANGELES – August 15, 2011— The chairing panel of the NetDiligence® […]

Access Of Data in Forensics Investigations May Be In Violation Of The Law

By Ronald Raether, Jr., Esq., CIPP
Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L.

Independent forensics firms hired by companies to do things like application testing in the event […]

Education is Key in Preparing Breach Response

An excerpt from the NetDiligence® Cyber Risk and Privacy Forum
By Vinny Sakore, Vice President of Business Development, Immersion, Ltd.

Experience is critical in data breach […]

Kroll’s Prendergast on Data Breach Preparedness

Rick Prendergast of Kroll Fraud Solutions spoke at the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, hosted by HB Litigation Conferences in […]

ID Experts’ Henley on Cyber-Breach Response Plans

Jeremy Henley, Executive Sales Manager of ID Experts explained at the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, hosted by HB Litigation […]

Data Aggregation and Privacy on the Internet: The Blueprint to the Next Big Class Action Bubble

Date: June 14, 2012 Time: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Eastern Time

Immersion’s Sakore on Post-Data Breach Challenges

Vinny T. Sakore of Immersion Ltd. is speaking at the 2nd Annual NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum June 9-10, 2011, in Philadelphia, […]

Nelson Levine’s Mullen On Cyber Risk

Although there have been a number of high-profile lawsuits recently involving data breaches, the vast majority of these breaches involve smaller companies and never […]

Sheller on Litigation Risks presented by Network Breaches and Data Losses

How can companies protect themselves from litigation after a data breach? Jamie Sheller, managing partner at Sheller, P.C., is a featured speaker at the 2nd Annual NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, June 9-10, 2011, in Philadelphia, co-produced by HB Litigation Conferences. Click below to hear what Sheller had to say on the litigation[...]

Schnur of Wells Fargo Insurance Services on Cyber Risk

Meredith Schnur is with the Professional Risk Group of Wells Fargo Insurance Services, and is co-chairing the Second Annual NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum June 9-10, 2011, in Philadelphia, co-produced by HB Litigation Conferences. Hear what Schnur had to say about working with corporations to help reduce and cover their cyber risks.

Immersion’s Sakore on Cyber Risks Facing Companies

Vinny T. Sakore of Immersion Ltd. is speaking at the Second Annual NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum June 9-10, 2011, in Philadelphia, co-produced by HB Litigation Conferences. Hear what Sakore had to say about some of the primary cyber risks facing companies today.

Brew of Hiscox U.S.A. on Cyber Risk & Healthcare Regulations

Oliver Brew is Senior Vice President of Technology – Media and Telecommunications Underwriting for Hiscox U.S.A., and co-chair of the Second Annual NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, June 9-10, 2011, in Philadelphia, co-produced by HB Litigation Conferences. Hear what Brew had to say about the impact of new healthcare regulations on cyber risk.

Endurance’s Gow on Trends in Cyber Coverage

Brad Gow has held leadership positions with ACE, AIG and Zurich N.A. He is now with Endurance Specialty Holdings and speaking again at the NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum June 9-10, 2011, in Philadelphia, co-produced by HB Litigation Conferences. Click and hear what Gow had to say about trends in cyber risk liability [...]

Cozen O’Connor’s Rick Bortnick on Cyber Risk Insurance

The Internet Age has generated new debates in insurance law around the definitions of property damage, tangible data, publication and other terms contained in policy language. Richard Bortnick of Cozen O’Connor specializes in the law surrounding cyber risks, and is co-chairing the June 2011 NetDiligence® Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, co-produced by NetDiligence® and HB Litigation Conferences.

Are Any Companies Immune from Cyber Risks?

Which companies should be most concerned about data breaches or the release of private information? How do hackers get in? What are the common security weak spots? Mark Greisiger, president of NetDiligence®, shares insights he has developed during his career testing the security of major corporations for the insurance carriers who cover them.