NPC White Paper on Data Breach Response Providers

NPC’s Shawn Melito offers “20 Questions to Ask” When Engaging a Data Breach Responder, “Five Top Recommendations,” and more. Shawn is one of the […]

BakerHostetler Issues 2015 Data Security Incident Response Report

Details trends, risks and opportunities that companies must confront

What kind of data breach incidents should you prepare for? How should you prepare? BakerHostetler’s Privacy […]

How big will the cyber security market be in 2020?

According to MarketResearch.com,  global cyber security market is expected to grow from $106.32 in 2015 to $170.21 billion by 2020. Out of all major technologies, […]

NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum • Oct. 6-7 • Santa Monica

Help us test out our new event app. Download it now!
We’re still building it but dive in and see what you think! Password: NetDil1. […]

Register for One or More Upcoming Events!

Check out these programs which feature leading professionals in insurance, reinsurance, mass torts, cyber risk, heathcare, compliance and more. Please contact us if you would […]

Emerging & Complex Insurance Claims Forum • Feb. 25-26, 2016 • Los Angeles

It’s imperative to stay on top of developing complex coverage issues — and there are several to keep an eye on right now. The […]

Press Release: Upcoming Slate of Programs from HB

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION
HB Announces Upcoming Litigation & Compliance Legal Education Seminars
RADNOR, Pa. (Aug. 4, 2015) – HB Litigation Conferences – which specializes […]

Attorneys General Urge Feds Not To Preempt State Data Breach Notification Laws

On July 7, in response to Congressional efforts to pass a national law on data breach notification and data security, 47 state attorneys general […]

Minding The Crown Jewels From a Data Breach

How Can You Protect Your Company’s Assets When You Don’t Know What Data You Have, Where It Is, or Who Has Access to It? 

Over […]

Will Your Cyber Insurance Respond When You Need It Most?

As reported by Orrick’s Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Practice Group:
Columbia Casualty Company on May 7 filed one of the first lawsuits challenging coverage for […]

Join Organizations Like These at Our June Cyber Event!

Network with decision makers and thought leaders from organizations like these as HB presents the NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum June 2-3 […]

Will Congress Do Anything About Cyber Risk?

Lockton’s Ben Beeson quoted in Business Insurance

“How do you get industry to raise its game, to improve its resilience against [a cyber] threat?” he said. […]

You’ve Got Mail . . . PLUS a Privacy Violation — FREE!

Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell has announced that the Green Mountain State will receive $90,000 from Main Street Power Mail, Inc., of Sheridan, Indiana, which […]

The Big Mass Attack: Massachusetts AG Investigates History-Making Anthem Data Breach

Addressing what is being called the most massive health information data breach in history, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has launched an investigation into the […]

When Toasters Attack! FTC’s ‘Internet of Things’ Report Hails Innovation, Addresses Risks

“The Internet of Things is already impacting the daily lives of millions of Americans through the adoption of health and fitness monitors, home security […]

Mound Cotton Attorneys on Cyber Risks to Directors & Officers

“It is up to a company’s directors and officers to ensure that resources are properly and timely allocated to assess and respond to the cyber-risks […]

ID Experts Dubs 2015 ‘The Year of Incident Response’

“A new cyber-risk handbook from the National Association of Corporate Directors states the case bluntly: “If a sophisticated attacker targets a company’s systems, they […]

Junto Blog: Mark Greisiger Interviews Microsoft’s Geff Brown

Privacy is ‘Absolutely a Human Right’
“Big Data has huge promise, and there are already so many uses for it. In the future we will […]

Cyber Note: Sony Hack was ‘Corporate Terrorism,’ Inform’s Melanie Thomas Says

Sees General Counsels as ‘Chief Crisis Managers’
“The relentless attack on Sony, in my view, is quite simply corporate terrorism complete with extortion, blackmail and infrastructure […]

Northeast Corporate Counsel Forum • April 20 • Atlantic City

Join us for the Second Annual Northeast Corporate Counsel Forum, Chaired by Elizabeth J. Sher, Day Pitney LLP and Richard Epstein, Sills Cummis & Gross PC. […]

New HB Data Breach Course on West LegalEdcenter!

Managing Your Message Before, After & During a Data Breach
Recorded:  November 19, 2014
Duration: 1 hour
CLE: 1 credit (check your local bar rules)

THE SPEAKERS

How, when and to whom you communicate […]

Congress Proposes Bill Protecting Student Data

Richard J. Bortnick of Traub Lieberman Straus & Shrewsberry

On Proposed Law to Protect  Students in the Cloud

“While the protection of private data contained within student records is not […]

Vincent J. Vitkowsky Paper on Cyber Risk

War, Terrorism, and Hactivism Under Cyber Insurance Policies
By Vincent J. Vitkowsky, Partner, Seiger Gfeller Laurie LLP

Cyberspace is the world’s most dynamic domain, and cyber […]

Small Entities are Big Cyber Targets

In the Los Angeles Times this week, reporters E. Scott Reckard and Tiffany Hsu wrote that “for every high-profile case, there are dozens of […]

Spy vs. Spy vs. Spy: Internet Giants Trying to Block Government Intelligence Agencies, New York Times Reports

Reporters David E. Sanger and Nicole Perlroth write that “Internet companies like Google and Facebook are working to keep governments and especially their spy […]