In this new era of the "data breach du jour," cyber insurance has quickly emerged as a must-have for organizations across all sizes and sectors. But how do you know what type of coverage is right for your organization - what's covered and what's not? - and what role will the insurer play in the event of a breach?
Register for this session to learn first-hand from leading cyber insurance experts:
Essentials of choosing cyber insurance;
Checklist for reducing your organization's risk;
Key questions to ask prospective cyber insurers.
On one hand, the cyber insurance market is maturing, cyber actuarial tables are developing; Policies, coverage and forms are gradually becoming clearer. On the other hand, the traditional static "prevention" approach to building a security solution is being turned on its head in favor of dynamic, proactive threat detection and response capabilities. These seemingly independent development paths actually intersect in some places such as where statistics gathered from DDoS monitoring tools can help quantify the scope, size and trajectory of attacks and therefore the potential financial losses. Similarly calculating potential financial liabilities for insurance coverage purposes, can help show where security dollars can be best spent.
Attorney Richard Bortnick, a cyber insurance expert, who will describe how the cyber insurance market is maturing;
Security thought-leader Sam Curry, who will detail the direct and mutually beneficial relationship between insurance and security.
Cyber Liability and Insurance Attorney, Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry, Red Bank, NJ
Bortnick litigates and counsels clients on cyber and technology risks, exposures and best practices; directors' and officers' liability; professional liability; insurance coverage; and commercial litigation matters. He also drafts professional liability insurance policies of varying types, including cyber, privacy and technology forms, and is Publisher of the cyber industry blog, Cyberinquirer.com. He serves as a member of the Executive Corporate Board of The Franklin Institute science museum and is Co-Chair of the Computer & Technology Subcommittee of the ABA Section of Litigation, Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee. Bortnick is a regular contributor and columnist for Advisen and was named by Advisen as their Cyber Risk Network 2015 Person of the Year.
CTO/CSO, Arbor Networks
Curry has spent his career focused on the intersection of deep technology and solving customer problems. As Arbor's Chief Technology and Security Officer, Curry leads the development and implementation of Arbor's product strategy and innovation roadmap. Previously, he held the roles of SVP of Research and Development and CISO at MicroStrategy. Prior to that, Curry held a number of significant roles at RSA, including General Manager, CTO and SVP of Product Management. He has also held a number of senior, leadership roles at McAfee and Computer Associates, among others, and has founded two successful companies. Curry has been a frequent speaker and widely quoted subject matter expert in technical and industry forums during the course of his career, has over 20 patents to his name and is on the board of several private companies and organizations