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.

Pre-Conference Events

Intro to Cyber

NetDiligenceĀ® invites students, interns and summer associates to a groundbreaking Intro to Cyber program developed for future insurance, legal and technical security professionals. Learn about the dynamic and exciting world of Cyber Insurance from industry-leading speakers and network with representatives from some of the world's largest insurance companies. Held at the grand Bellevue Hotel in Philadelphia, this morning event is free for all attendees. Register or learn more.

Women in Cyber Lunch

Join NetDiligenceĀ® for a candid discussion among women in cyber leaders from around the country. This conversation will highlight the benefits of a diverse cyber team and discuss how we can inspire, recruit, retain and advance women in this field. Panelists will include experts with a wide range of backgrounds and professional expertise from the insurance, legal and security sectors. Sponsored by Kroll and Saul Ewing. Cost for attending the lunch is US $30.00. Register or learn more.

Day 1: Tuesday, June 12

3:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Pre-Conference Workshop A: Interactive Breach Scenarios

  • 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. Matthew Meade (M), Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC
  2. Tamara Ashjian, NAS
  3. Sam Huxley, LEVICK
  4. Katherine Keefe, Beazley
  5. Greg Bautista, Wilson Elser
  6. Brookes Taney, Epiq
  7. Billy Evans, Alvarez and Marsal

Pre-Conference Workshop B: Roundtable - Filling the Talent Gap: How to Attract, Train and Retain Cyber Talent

  • How do you fill the talent gap?
  • Recruitment & Retention
  • Expectations of Employee
  • Mutual Benefits of Talent Development
Panelists
  1. Jackie Lee (M), Validus
  2. Lindsay Cunney, Chubb
  3. Gail Audibert, Audibert & Associates

Pre-Conference Workshop C: Seminar: Breach Risk Management Methodology

  • Quantifying and reducing risk of cyber security incidents
  • Maturity relative to segmented risk
  • Financial considertations in calculating the ROI
Panelists
  1. Doug Howard (M), RSA
  2. Brian Thornton, ProWriters
  3. Marc Voses, Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck, LLP
5:00 PM — 7:00 PM

Day 2: Wednesday, June 13

7:00 AM — 8:30 AM
8:30 AM — 9:15 AM

Opening

  • Welcome
  • Opening Remarks
  • Opening Keynote
Panelists
  1. Mark Greisiger (M), NetDiligence
  2. Josh Ladeau, Aspen
  3. Josh Shapiro, Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
9:15 AM — 10:00 AM

Claims and Losses Update: 2018 Trends

  • A Review of the 2017 NetDiligence Cyber Claims Study
  • Types of Claims Being Covered
  • Examination of Cost
  • Claims Notice and Claims Handling
Panelists
  1. John Mullen (M), Mullen Coughlin
  2. Beth Diamond, Beazley
  3. Brad Vatrt, AIG
  4. Chris Novak, Verizon
  5. John Spiehs, AXIS
  6. Mark Greisiger, NetDiligence
10:10 AM — 11:00 AM

Breakout A: Brokers vs. Underwriters

  • Where does cyber coverage hide in non-cyber polices?
  • Intersections between cyber and property
  • Intersection between cyber and manufacturing
  • Interplay between cyber and crime coverages
  • When does D&O come into play?
Panelists
  1. Meredith Schnur (M), USI
  2. Christina Terplan, Clyde & Co
  3. John Coletti, XL Catlin
  4. Nick Economidis, Crum & Forster
  5. Shannon Groeber, JLTS

Breakout B: Regulatory Update: NY Financial Regulations

  • Background and latest developments for Part 500
  • The role of the Part 500 FAQs
  • Where to look for regulatory guidance
  • The role of insurance in relation to Part 500
Panelists
  1. Paul Greene (M), Harter Secrest & Emery LLP
  2. Adam Cottini, Arthur J. Gallagher
  3. Reg Harnish, GreyCastle Security
  4. Scott Morris, BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York

Breakout C: The Life Cycle of Data

  • Creation of Data
  • Storage of Data
  • Destruction of Data
  • Assessing Data Management from an Insurance Perspective
Panelists
  1. Steve Anderson (M), QBE
  2. Doug Brush, Kivu
  3. Kelli Artin, Ironshore
  4. Todd Marlin, Ernst & Young LLP
11:00 AM — 11:25 AM
11:25 AM — 12:15 PM

Breakout A: Beyond Third Party Exposures

  • Reputational Harm, Bodily Injury, etc
  • Non Damages BI and Contingent BI
  • Non Affirmative (Silent) Cyber
  • Systemic Cyber Concerns
Panelists
  1. Tim Francis (M), Travelers
  2. Brad Gow, Sompo International
  3. Chris Keegan, Beecher Carlson
  4. Laurie Kamaiko, Saul Ewing
  5. Pascal Millaire, CyberCube Analytics

Breakout B: Judicial Roundtable on Cyber Security

  • The judicial role in resolving disputes in civil litigation
  • The judicial perspective on cyber-related claims
  • Best practices for litigants and clients before the judiciary
  • Lessons learned
  • The future of cyber litigation
Panelists
  1. Adam Losey (M), Losey PLLC
  2. The Hon. Jonathan E. Hawley, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Central District of Illinois
  3. The Hon. Anthony Porcelli, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Middle District of Florida
  4. The Hon. Joy Flowers Conti, Chief Judge, U.S. District Court, Western District of PA

Breakout C: Improving Insurance Industry and Government Collaboration

  • Improving collaboration for the common cyber security good
  • Understand past precedent for achieving greater inter-governmental and industry accord to solve grand risk challenges
  • Other risk segments wherein the insurance industry has achieved its risk engineering potential
  • Challenges inherent in the current cyber insurance marketplace
  • How the insurance industry can overcome those challenges
Panelists
  1. Ronald Raether (M), Troutman Sanders
  2. Scott Kannry, Axio Global
  3. Wyatt Hoffman, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
12:15 PM — 1:45 PM

LUNCH

  • Toby Merrill Award of Excellence
  • Keynote
Panelists
  1. Suzanne Spaulding, Center for Strategic and International Studies
1:45 PM — 2:40 PM

Breakout A: GDPR and International Regulatory Update

  • GDPR: Report on Early Days
  • Asia & Australia
  • Other regulatory changes
  • Management of a True Multinational Cyber Breach
Panelists
  1. Dan Trueman (M), AXIS
  2. Ian Birdsey, Pinsent Masons
  3. Jason Glasgow, Allied World
  4. Michael Bruemmer, Experian
  5. Oli Brew, Cyber Cube Analytics

Breakout B: Biometric Privacy: The Next Wave of Privacy Liability

  • What is biometric information and how/why is it collected and used?
  • Technology that collects biometric information
  • Biometric privacy liability landscape
  • Biometric privacy class action lawsuits
  • Compliance with biometric privacy laws
Panelists
  1. Ernest Koschineg (M), Cipriani & Werner
  2. Chris Dore, Edelson
  3. Julia Jacobson, K&L Gates
  4. Matthew Webb, Hiscox
  5. Serge Jorgensen, Sylint

Breakout C: Cyber Risk in Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Factors to be considered during the due diligence phase
  • Current state of the market during integration
  • Representations and warranties on cyber risk hygiene
  • Best practices for risk management during the integration of systems
Panelists
  1. Rob Rosenzweig (M), Risk Strategies Company
  2. Andrew Lea, CNA
  3. David Lallouz, Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt
  4. Jessica Smith, Crypsis
2:50 PM — 3:45 PM

Breakout A: Industrial Internet of Things

  • Internet of Things Up and Down the Distribution Chain
  • Critical Infrastructure
  • Industrial Control Systems (ICSs)
  • Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
  • Coverage gaps and overlaps
Panelists
  1. Michael Tanenbaum (M), Chubb
  2. Josh Ladeau, Aspen
  3. Radhika Chaturvedi, Underwriters Laboratories
  4. Robert Parisi, Marsh
  5. Simon Oddy, RGL Forensics

Breakout B: Block Chain & the Evolution of Decentralized Storage

  • What is blockchain technology?
  • Disruptive Cases across industry sectors
  • Security and Scalability
  • Potential regulatory impact
  • Cyber insurance opportunity
  • Security failures and complications
Panelists
  1. Neeraj Sahni (M), Willis Towers Watson
  2. Cristina Dolan, iXledger
  3. Meghan Hannes, AXIS
  4. Scott Diamond, Ronin Partners
  5. Stephen Palley, Anderson Kill

Breakout C: Privacy Ethics: Unauthorized Use of Personal Data

  • Behavioral Advertizing Risks and Practices: Wrongful Collection, Use and Sharing of PII
  • Specific Privacy Liability Risks & Class Action Lawsuits
  • Regulations and statutes that govern consumer data
  • Industries most affected
Panelists
  1. Evan Fenaroli (M), Philadelphia Insurance Companies
  2. Allison Ahroni, Aspen Insurance
  3. John Yanchunis, Morgan & Morgan
  4. Luke Tenery, Ankura
  5. Steve Wernikoff, Honigman
3:45 PM — 4:15 PM
4:15 PM — 5:00 PM

CISO Round-Up

  • Integrating risk management into the insurance process
  • Technological focus on current threats and priorities
  • Governance and compliance within their role
Panelists
  1. Tom Gallo (M), AllClear ID
  2. Anahi Santiago, Christiana Care Health Care System
  3. Mary Chaney, The Law Offices of Mary N. Chaney, P.L.L.C.
  4. Todd Bearman, TE Information Systems
5:00 PM — 6:30 PM

Day 3: Thursday, June 14

8:00 AM — 9:00 AM

Threat Intelligence

  • What is threat intelligence?
  • What is the tangible value to carriers and enterprises?
  • M&A Case Study
Panelists
  1. Vinny Sakore (M), NetDiligence
  2. Andy Sambandam, Clarip
  3. Christian Lees, InfoArmor
  4. Daimon Geopfert, RSM
  5. Steve Timmerman, RedSeal
9:10 AM — 10:05 AM

Breakout A: SME Pricing and Coverage Issues

  • Small Office Network Security Architecture and Pitfalls
  • Assessments
  • Coverage
  • Pricing
Panelists
  1. Charlie Bernier (M), ECBM Cyber Insurance
  2. Chris Quirk, ARC MidAltantic Express & Surplus
  3. Scott Patterson, Knox Corps
  4. Scott Scheferman, Cylance
  5. Shawn Ram, Coalition

Breakout B: Psychology of a Data Breach Response

  • Impact of company culture on the handling and outcome of a breach
  • Understanding organizational culture to assess risk
  • Organizational self-awareness to identify blindspots and improve incident response planning
Panelists
  1. Yosha Delong (M), Zurich
  2. Dave Navetta, Cooley
  3. John Austin, Fielding Graduate University
  4. Richard Sheridan, Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions
  5. Robert Olson, Navigant

Breakout C: Sector Risk: Cyber Risk in the Transportation Sector

  • Challenges of underwriting
  • Unique vulnerabilities
  • Cost of policies
  • Regulatory oversight
Panelists
  1. John Farley (M), Hub International
  2. David Molitano, W. R. Berkley Corporation
  3. John Barrett, Bennett Bricklin & Saltzburg LLC
  4. John Farley, Hub International
  5. Leigh Tuccio, Allianz
  6. Stephen Bergman, RSA
10:05 AM — 10:35 AM
10:35 AM — 11:20 AM

Breakout A: Getting to "Reasonable Cyber Risk"

  • How is "reasonable" defined?
  • Example of risk based analysis process that substantiates the method
  • Legal, regulatory and security best practices
Panelists
  1. Chris Cronin (M), Halock Security Labs
  2. Bruce Radke, Polsinelli
  3. Rick Doten, Crumpton Group
  4. Tim Marlin, The Hartford
  5. Timothy Murphy, Office of Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Breakout B: Retail Data Breach

  • Security Standards
  • Responding to a PCI Occurrence
  • Unique Claims Issues
  • Mobile Payments
Panelists
  1. Stuart Panensky (M), FisherBroyles
  2. Andrea Arias, FTC
  3. Carrie Parikh,
  4. Ruston Miles, Bluefin Payments Systems
  5. Tony Dolce, Chubb

Breakout C: Security Solution Presentations

  • Cyber Hygeine
  • Password Security
  • DDoS Protection
Panelists
  1. Russ Cohen (M), Chubb
  2. Allison Baker, Dashlane
  3. Jag Bains, DOSarrest
  4. Nicholas Cramer, Symantec
11:35 AM — 12:30 PM

Modeling Aggregate & Accumulative Risk

  • How models can be used to assess cyber exposures
  • Assessment of an insured's (and carrier's) overall data aggregation exposure
  • Tools and benchmarks for evaluating a risk for cyber insurance coverage
Panelists
  1. Kara Owens (M), Markel
  2. Adam Sandler, RMS
  3. Doug Clare, FICO
  4. Patrick Bousfield, Capsicum Reinsurance Brokers
  5. Tim Nunziata, Nationwide