It seems like a new data breach occurs every week. Although you already have insurance, don’t be fooled into thinking that your general liability coverage protects you from a cyber incident. Cyberinsurance can cover the destruction or theft of your confidential client information—but do you really need it? Learn the basics of cyberinsurance, what gets covered, the costs and the pros and cons of buying it. Our experts will help you:
- Understand the difference between first and third party coverages
- Assess the many varying aspects of cyberinsurance policies and their costs
- Learn mistakes that law firms make when selecting cyberinsurance and filling out the application forms
- Determine whether or not your firm needs protection for potential liability under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
- Prepare for the information that prospective insurance may want from your firm
Judy Selby Consulting LLC
Judy brings 25 years of insurance coverage litigation experience on behalf of insurers and policyholders to her insurance consulting work. 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, gap analysis, and SOC audit support services to companies across multiple industries, bringing greater clarity and certainty to their insurance program. She also provides expert witness and litigation consulting services in coverage disputes, insurance due diligence, and regulatory compliance consulting.
Judy is a prolific author and sought-after speaker on insurance, cyber, technology, and compliance issues, and has been quoted in leading publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Forbes, and Reuters. She also authored the eBooks Demystifying Cyber Insurance and Big Data for Business Leaders.
In addition to her law degree, Judy has completed courses in Finance with Harvard Business School HBX, Big Data, Crisis Management/Business Continuity, Cyber Security & the Internet of Things (IoT) with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professional Education, Cloud Computing with IEEE & EU GDPR Data Protection Officer (DPO) with Advisera.
Sharon D. Nelson, Esq.
Sensei Enterprises, Inc.
Sharon D. Nelson, Esq., is the President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., a digital forensics, cybersecurity and information technology firm in Fairfax, Virginia.
Ms. Nelson is the author of the noted electronic evidence blog, Ride the Lightning and is a co-host of the Legal Talk Network podcast series called “The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology” as well as “Digital Detectives.”
She is a frequent author (sixteen books published by the ABA and hundreds of articles) and speaker on legal technology, cybersecurity and electronic evidence topics. She was the President of the Virginia State Bar June 2013 – June 2014 and a past President of the Fairfax Law Foundation.
She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Mack is a long-time industry expert with over 25 years of experience and leadership to her credit. Under her leadership, ACEDS furthers its commitment of building an international community of e-discovery practitioners for the exchange of training, certification, professional development and networking. Mack is known for her strength in relationship and community building, as well as for the depth of her e-discovery knowledge. Before joining ACEDS, Mary was the Enterprise Technology Counsel for ZyLAB, a global eDiscovery and Intelligent Information Governance software company focused on helping organizations insource eDiscovery to reduce legal spend and prevent privacy breaches and IP leakage. Prior to eDiscovery, Mary designed, coded, tested and maintained mission critical enterprise systems for banks, health insurers and pharmaceutical companies. Certified in eDiscovery, security, access and identity management, forensics and computer telephony, Mary is admitted to the Illinois bar and a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law. Mary is the author of A Process of Illumination: The Practical Guide to Electronic Discovery and the co-editor of Thomson Reuters West’s eDiscovery for Corporate Counsel.