AGENDA

We are committed to adapting our educational programs to address breaking news and emerging trends. With that in mind, the agenda below is subject to change as the event approaches. Registered attendees will be notified by email if significant changes are made to the agenda.

Announcing our Keynote Speaker!

NetDiligence® is excited to announce that Chris Rock, CEO of SEIMonster and global hacking expert, will be giving the keynote address on Thursday, June 13, 2019. Chris Rock has been an active participant in the Security Industry for over 20 years working in four different banks and CEO of a penetration testing company. He is the CEO and co-founder of SIEMonster. Chris is continually researching vulnerabilities and has twice been invited to present at DEFCON, the world's largest hacking conference:

"I will kill you and birth you"

"How to overthrow a government"

Intro to Cyber

NetDiligence® invites students, interns and summer associates to spend June 13, 2019, with us at the Cyber Risk Summit. In the morning, you'll attend our groundbreaking Intro to Cyber program developed for future insurance, legal and technical security professionals. For the remainder of the day, you're invited to participate as an attendee in the main conference. This event is free for all students, but you will need a special Discount Code in order to register. Seating is limited to the first 50 students who register. If you are interested in attending this free session, please email us at conferences@netdiligence.com to obtain your Discount Code.

Day 1: Wednesday, June 12

12:00 PM — 2:00 PM

Women In Cyber Lunch

Join NetDiligence® at the second Women in Cyber Lunch, a networking event for women cyber leaders from around the country. This year’s keynote will be Shelley Ma, Associate Director of Cyber Investigations at Kivu Consulting in Toronto. Shelley is an EnCE-certified digital forensic analyst and specializes in ransomware investigations, digital forensic investigations, and incident response. Sponsored by Crum & Forster and Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr. This optional event costs $30.00 and will be added to your conference registration. The lunch is open to all women attendees!
3:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Option A: Interactive Breach Scenarios Workshop (duplicate session due to popularity)

  • An understanding of the more recent, and prevalent, cyber security threats
  • An overview of legal, compliance and response obligations
  • Strategies on dealing with hackers and media during a breach
  • How to mount a response and what services and products to include
Panelists
  1. Andrew Liuzzi (M), Deloitte
  2. Ian Kelly, ID Experts
  3. Bilal Malik, Stroz Friedberg
  4. Brian Thornton, ProWriters
  5. Melissa Ventrone, Clark Hill PLC

Option B: Interactive Breach Scenarios Workshop (duplicate session due to popularity)

  • An understanding of the more recent, and prevalent, cyber security threats
  • An overview of legal, compliance and response obligations
  • Strategies on dealing with hackers and media during a breach
  • How to mount a response and what services and products to include
Panelists
  1. Micah Howser (M), NetDiligence
  2. Hans Allnutt, DAC Beachcroft
  3. Kurt Bertone, Arete
  4. Allen Burzen, Equifax
  5. Erin Walters, USI Insurance Services

Option C: Cyber Claims Handling Best Practices Workshop

  • Distinguishing carriers
  • Readiness of the claims unit who will actually handle a cyber claim
  • Mitigating derivative risk to the policyholder and reducing cost for the insurer
  • How are claims adjusted and processed
  • How are vendors selected
  • Coordination between lines
Panelists
  1. Karen Painter Randall (M), Connell Foley
  2. Karrieann Couture, CNA Insurance
  3. Jason Rebholz, MOXFIVE
  4. Richard Sheridan, Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions
  5. Jena Valdetero, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

Option D: Ethics: Cyber Security & Social Engineering for Lawyers and Law Firms

  • Common and Unique Risks & Vulnerabilities for Law Firms and the Data they Process
  • Risk Assessment and Verification Process
  • Regulatory Guidance, Privacy Obligations & ABA Opinion 483 on Cybersecurity
  • Lawyer’s Professional Liability & Third Party Claims
  • Internal Safeguards: Privacy Policies, Monitoring Software, Social Engineering Training
  • Incident Response Planning
Panelists
  1. Stuart Panensky (M), FisherBroyles
  2. John Barrett, Bennett Bricklin & Saltzburg LLC
  3. Jennifer Beckage, Beckage PLLC
  4. Elissa Doroff, AXA XL
  5. Larry Hershman, Black Cipher Security
5:30 PM — 7:00 PM

Day 2: Thursday, June 13

7:00 AM — 8:30 AM
8:30 AM — 9:00 AM
9:00 AM — 9:45 AM

Claims and Losses Update: 2019 Trends

  • A Preview of the 2019 NetDiligence® Cyber Claims Study
  • Types of claims being covered
  • Examination of cost
  • Claims notice and claims handling
Panelists
  1. Laurie Kamaiko (M), Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr
  2. Robert Flowers, Travelers
  3. Mark Greisiger, NetDiligence
  4. John Mullen, Mullen Coughlin
  5. John Spiehs, Axis
9:00 AM — 12:15 PM

Intro to Cyber

The Intro to Cyber program begins with keynote speakers, followed by panel discussions on the topics of Brokers & Underwriters and  Security & Legal Solutions.

After the program ends, attendees are invited to participate in the main conference. This program is free for all students, but you will need a special Discount Code in order to register. Seating is limited to the first 50 students who register. If you are interested in attending this free session, please email us at conferences@netdiligence.com to obtain your Discount Code.

Panelists
  1. Doug Brush, Special Counsel
  2. George Holevas, Marsh
  3. Micah Howser, NetDiligence
  4. Anthony Koludrovic, Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions
  5. Georgea Mancuso, Black Marjieh & Sanford LLP
  6. Brookes Taney, Arete Advisors
  7. Ayesha West, Everest Insurance
9:45 AM — 10:45 AM

Breakout A: Non-Affirmative Cyber from 50,000 Feet

  • Definitions
  • Non-affirmative impact in non-cyber lines
  • Coverage considerations
  • Product development and solutions
  • All Perils coverage
Panelists
  1. Jon Laux (M), Aon
  2. Anthony Shapella, AIG
  3. Pantea Vaziri, Allianz

Breakout B: United States Regulatory Update

  • State Attorney General Update
  • New state regulatory frameworks
  • Rival common practices and standards
Panelists
  1. Dave Navetta (M), Cooley LLP
  2. Ryan Kreiger, Office of the Attorney General of Vermont
  3. Travis LeBlanc, Cooley LLP
  4. Timothy Murphy, Office of Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Breakout C: Cybersecurity Frameworks: NIST 101

  • NIST Definitions and effective risk management
  • Five Categories in NIST
  • Critical activites and metrics
  • Tools and services
  • Tracking results
Panelists
  1. Drew Walter (M), Axis
  2. Matt Barrett, Cyber ESI
  3. Robert Olsen, Ankura
  4. Jon Schoonmaker, Data Risk Reduction, LLC
10:45 AM — 11:15 AM
11:15 AM — 12:15 PM

Breakout A: Cyber Risk Quantification

  • The impact of cyber risk quantification to the growth of the insurance market
  • Current approaches--the strengths and weaknesses
  • Lessons from other types of risk
  • Utilization of techniques such as Machine Learning and AI
  • End goals of cyber risk quantification techniques
Panelists
  1. Julie Eichenseer (M), Guidewire
  2. Peter Armstrong, Munich Re
  3. Tom Harvey, RMS
  4. Kara Owens, Markel Corporation
  5. Matthew Silley, CyberCube Analytics

Breakout B: Class Action Certifications

  • Overview of class action law and application to cybersecurity litigation
  • Recent trends
  • Role and importance of expert testimony
  • Practical tips for companies, defense counsel and plaintiff’s counsel
Panelists
  1. Jay Edelson, Eldeson LLP
  2. Doug Meal, Orrick LLP

Breakout C: Bug Bounty Programs

  • Definitions & development of this industry
  • Setting standards and payouts
  • Legal exposures
  • Case Study: Reporting a vulnerability
  • Insurance implications
Panelists
  1. Ronald Raether (M), Troutman Sanders
  2. Deborah Chang, HackerOne
  3. John Farley, A.J. Gallagher
  4. Matthew Honea, Guidewire
12:15 PM — 1:45 PM

Lunch & Keynote

  • Keynote by Chris Rock, CEO of Siemonster and global hacking expert
  • Toby Merrill Award for Excellence
1:45 PM — 2:45 PM

Breakout A: Cyber and Non-Cyber: Getting Coverage Right

  • Exisiting cyber coverage approaches to bodily injury, tangible property damage, etc
  • Coverage provided by non-cyber property & casulty insurance products
  • Preferred approaches to coverage
  • Best practices for seeeking the right coverage
Panelists
  1. Nick Economidis (M), Crum & Forster
  2. Gail Arkin, Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions
  3. Beth Diamond, Beazley
  4. Bob Parisi, Marsh FINPRO

Breakout B: GDPR: A Year in Review

  • GDPR: Report on regulatory actions
  • How are US companies preparing
  • Other regulatory changes
  • Opportunities and challenges for vendors
Panelists
  1. Jennifer Coughlin (M), Mullen Coughlin
  2. Ian Birdsey, Pinsent Masons LLP
  3. Michael Bruemmer, Experian
  4. Ryan Kreiger, Office of the Attorney General of Vermont
  5. Lauren Winchester, Beazley

Breakout C: MS Office 365 Security Issues

  • Threats and vulnerabilities
  • Problems incorporating into existing policies/tech stack
  • Enhancing security and reducing frequency of compromises
  • Investigation and remediation
  • Limiting exposure in a breach
Panelists
  1. David Rock (M), Allied World
  2. Devon Ackerman, Kroll
  3. David Nides, KPMG
  4. Dom Paluzzi, McDonald Hopkins
2:45 PM — 3:45 PM

Breakout A: Cyber War & Terrorism

  • Territorial consideration
  • Nature of state sponsored attacks
  • Challenges in attribution
  • Coverage provisons
Panelists
  1. Andrew Lea (M), CNA
  2. Dr Raveem Ismail, Fractal Industries
  3. Chris Keegan, Beecher Carlson
  4. Jack Koons, Unisys
  5. Josh Ladeau, Aspen

Breakout B: Sector Risk: Healthcare

  • Cyber crime and its effect on healthcare industry
  • Evolution of Coverage
  • Reputational Harm
  • Claims handling
Panelists
  1. Kim Holmes (M), TDC Specialty
  2. James Burns, CFC
  3. Mark Eggelston, Health Partners Plans
  4. Cinthia Motley, Dykema
  5. Steve Timmerman, RedSeal

Breakout C: Applying E-Discovery and Forensic Techniques to Incident Response

  • Leveraging traditional methods of data identification in incident response
  • Enhancing cyber investigations through machine learning and advanced analytics
  • Efficiencies gained from using traditional e-discovery techniques
  • Case studies
Panelists
  1. Gregory Bautista (M), Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP
  2. Larry Brown, Epiq Global
  3. Deborah Hirschorn, AIG
  4. Nathan Little, Gillware
  5. Carolyn Purwin, Cipriani & Werner
3:45 PM — 4:15 PM
4:15 PM — 5:00 PM

Forensics War Stories: Cyber Fraud Hunt Operations


Panelists
  1. Rob Rosenzweig (M), Risk Strategies
  2. Jarrett Kolthoff, SpearTip
  3. Michael Lotas, Arete Advisors
  4. Andy Obuchowski, Charles River Associates
5:00 PM — 6:30 PM

Day 3: Friday, June 14

7:00 AM — 8:00 AM
8:00 AM — 9:00 AM

Public-Private Sector Threat Intelligence

  • Overview of FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) Database & the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance (NCFTA)
  • Importance of threat actor identification and attribution
  • Threat Intelligence technology and methods
Panelists
  1. Vinny Sakore (M), NetDiligence
  2. Luke Emrich, RSM
  3. Richard Goldberg, Lewis Brisbois
  4. Ryan Leszczynski, FBI
9:00 AM — 10:00 AM

Breakout A: Reinsurance & Retrocession

  • Coverage and claims
  • Modeling aggregation
  • Silent Cyber
  • Clash coverage
Panelists
  1. Noel Pearman (M), AXA XL
  2. Patrick Bousfield, Capsicum Reinsurance Brokers
  3. Gina Pilla, Arch
  4. Matt Prevost, Chubb
  5. Joshua Pyle, CyberCube Analytics

Breakout B: Sector Risk: Construction

  • Challenges of underwriting
  • Unique vulnerabilities
  • Cost of policies
  • Regulatory oversight
Panelists
  1. Eric Stern (M), Kaufman Dolowich Voluck
  2. Doug Clare, FICO
  3. Adam Cottini, CrowdStrike
  4. Souwei Ford, Willis Towers Watson
  5. John Merchant, Ascent Underwriting

Breakout C: Ransomware: Pay or No Pay?

  • Why Not?
    • Law enforcement says, "Don't do it! It only encourages crime."
    • You will be branded as a repeatable target
    • You might not get your data back
  • Then again, maybe you should
    • Cyber Policies might cover this!
    • Quicker and cheaper than fighting it
    • Might be your only option
Panelists
  1. Elizabeth Dill (M), Lewis Brisbois
  2. Tony Dolce, Chubb
  3. Winston Krone, Kivu Consulting
  4. Ben Stone, FBI
10:00 AM — 10:30 AM
10:30 AM — 11:30 AM

Breakout A: Demystifying Insurer Claims Models

  • Understand the different methods for placing business in London
  • Claims authority & agreement parties
  • Respective approaches on accessesing services under the policy
  • Biggest area of coverage disputes
  • How to ensure a positive claim experience
Panelists
  1. Dan Burke (M), Woodruff Sawyer
  2. Lyndsey Bauer, Paragon International Insurance Brokers Ltd
  3. Jamie Bouloux, EmergIn Risk
  4. Tony Kriesel, Hiscox London Market
  5. Mike Schmitt, Tarian Underwriting

Breakout B: Biometrics

  • What is biometric information?
  • How / why is it collected and used?
  • Technology that collects biometric information
  • Biometric privacy liability landscape and class action lawsuits
  • Employment Practices Liability (EPL) and coverage issues
  • Compliance with biometric privacy laws
Panelists
  1. Shannon Groeber (M), JLTS
  2. Evan Fenaroli, Philadelphia Insurance Companies
  3. Doug Howard, RSA
  4. Melissa Siebert, Shook Hardy

Breakout C: U.S. Department of Justice’s View on Best Practices in Cybersecurity

  • DOJ Cyber Guidance updates
  • Dos and Don'ts of monitoring your network
  • How can the DOJ and FBI support victims of cyber attacks
  • Lessons learned
Panelists
  1. Adam Saltzman (M), Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC
  2. Leonard Bailey, DOJ
  3. Sam Rubin, Crypsis Group
  4. Ben Stone, FBI
  5. Joseph Swanson, Carlton Fields
11:30 AM — 12:15 PM

Alternative Risk Financing & Risk Transfer

  • Insurance Linked Securities (ILS) and Insurance Loss Warranties (ILW)
  • Captives: Are they a good solution for cyber risk?
  • Challenges, opportunities and barriers to entry
  • What future cyber risks will propel action?
Panelists
  1. Sandra DeSilva (M), Nova Limited
  2. Tiffany Calhoun, L&F Holdings Group
  3. Ari Chatterjee, Envelop RIsk
  4. Simon Oddy, Baker Tilly