REAL Risk in the Real World Seminar: How To Manage Your Cyber Risk
Tuesday, July 16, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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Real Risk in the Real World: How To Avoid Cyber Risk
The speakers assembled for this seminar bring "real world" experience and practical solutions that have proven successful.
Featuring Keynote Speaker: Michael Bazzell, FBI Analyst
Topic: How to Protect Yourself and Your Organization From Computer Crime.
Michael will absolutely amaze you with demonstrations of your vulnerability both personally and professionally. Live examples of 'hacking' into information will shock the audience, while detailed solutions will be displayed on how to stop the threat. Free software applications will be presented toward the end of the session.
Link to Michael's website: http://computercrimeinfo.com/index.html
Speakers and Topics:
A Practical Approach to Enterprise Risk Management - Kirk N. Walsh, MBA, CPCU, Area VP, Risk International
This session will discuss the program developed for a client that integrated Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) into their strategic planning process.
Business Continuity vs. Disaster Recovery - Mark A. Taylor, MS, CPCU, ARM, CSP, CBCP, OHST - Area VP, Risk International
This presentation will explain what business continuity IS and IS NOT. Mr. Taylor will explain how business continuity (BC) is an ongoing process that involves the development of an initial plan as a project and the ongoing commitment of its maintenance. He will also discuss, disaster recovery as it relates to IT recovery planning.
Discovery of Electronically Stored Information - Chris Schaffer, General Counsel, President - AS&G Claims Administration, Inc.
What every business executive and attorney needs to know to protect themselves, their organization and their clients. Topics include: What is metadata; E-discovery scope and limits; Ethical considerations with social media.
Legal Discovery Risk - John T. Holden, Esq., Shareholder - Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote
This talk will discuss the current legal status of data breach incidents, government or administrative penalties, and liability to third parties. It will also address the outcomes of litigation in the data breach area. Finally, it will cover what clients can do to comply with regulations to minimize financial exposure.
Cyber Crime Risk & Coverage Issues - Christopher Keegan, Senior VP, Willis Executive Risk
Global, instant, boundless, unprecedented - these are words that are commonly used to describe the opportunities of the cyber world. They could also be used to describe the risks that arise alongside those opportunities. Cyber issues are multi-disciplinary, spanning network security, online media, intellectual property, personal privacy, enabling technology, etc.; each component has its own risks and the Willis approach produces a coordinated and comprehensive response, which Chris will speak to.
When & Where
Susan Dover, Risk International 704-540-5277 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy Kukor, Risk International 704-837-1910 email@example.com
Pam Pegg, AS&G Claims Administration, Inc. 704-641-3189 firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Briggs, Esq, Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote, PC 704-998-5184 email@example.com
Andrea Bartlett, Principal, Bartlett Actuarial Group, Ltd. 843-377-0993 firstname.lastname@example.org