Cheryl Matochik, Senior Vice President, Strategic Resources & Initiatives and Amy Roberti, Vice President, Industry Affairs walked us through the burgeoning cyber insurance market and analyzed the preliminary results from our recent and first-ever Cyber Market Watch Survey. A recording of the webinar can be found on CIAB.com.
This content is restricted to Council members. A username and password is required to acccess the material.
A recent Steptoe & Johnson memo “reviews and evaluates the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 (S. –)(“CISA”) drafted by Senators Richard Burr (R-NC) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and the Cyber Threat Sharing Act (S. 456), introduced by Senator Thomas Carper (D-DE).”
As you are now all too well aware, on February 5th Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield disclosed that it had experienced a data breach in late December that it believes compromised the confidentiality of personal information. The breach affected not only Anthem clients but also clients of other Blues companies that partner with Anthem. Many of your employer clients are now asking – how does this affect our company? The answer – in classic lawyerly fashion – is: it depends.
Lexblog is a great compilation of continuously-updated “commentary on prominent legal developments, insight on best practices in a wide range of practice areas and guidance on legal marketing and management.” The site has an entire page dedicated to the Anthem breach and offers legal commentary including, FAQ’s, employer notification obligations, fall out and much more.
What’s in hold for cybersecurity in 2015? David Burg of PwC believes that if 2014 was the year of the mega breach, then 2015 will be the tipping point when governments begin to step in and offer solutions to those who have been affected by cyberattacks.