Cybersecurity Insurance

$195.00

Live Broadcast on October 31, 2018

CLE Credits earned: 2 GEN

This session will provide an overview of cybersecurity issues in the insurance industry. The panelists will consider the development and implementation of new cybersecurity regulations that apply to insurance companies, agents, brokers, and other insurance entities, and look at compliance strategies and pitfalls. Panelists will further discuss some best practices for reducing cyber risk, including adoption of legal defensibility strategies and purchase of cyber liability insurance. Finally, panelists will consider the state of the cyber liability market and where things are potentially headed.

Key topics to be discussed:

•   New cybersecurity regulations affecting the insurance industry and compliance strategies
•   Data breach preparation and response strategies
•   The cyber liability insurance marketplace

Date / Time: October 31, 2018

•   10:00 am – 12:00 pm Eastern
•   9:00 am – 11:00 am Central
•   8:00 am – 10:00 am Mountain
•   7:00 am – 9:00 am Pacific

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•   Live Video Broadcast/Re-Broadcast: Watch Program “live” in real-time, must sign-in and watch program on date and time set above. May ask questions during presentation via chat box. Qualifies for “live” CLE credit.
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Original Broadcast Date: October 31, 2018

Fred E. Karlinsky, Esq. is Co-Chair of Greenberg Traurig’s Insurance Regulatory and Transactions Practice Group. Fred has more than 25 years of experience representing the interests of insurers, reinsurers and a wide variety of other insurance-related entities on their regulatory, transactional, corporate and governmental affairs matters. Fred is a recognized authority on national insurance regulatory and compliance issues and has taken a leadership position in many insurance trade organizations, has led many industry-driven legislative and regulatory initiatives, and is a sought after thought leader who has spoken and presented to insurance executives and governmental officials, both nationally and internationally.

Fred is experienced in transactional law, executive and legislative governmental affairs, administrative law, and corporate representation. He advises clients on operational issues — including start-up initiatives, structuring, capitalization, and collaborative business relationships— and a complete array of regulatory and compliance issues, including licensure and corporate amendment applications, business expansion initiatives, solvency and statutory accounting issues, rate and form filings, and financial and market conduct examinations, to name a few.

Fred has a long history as a primary strategist in all types of insurance-related legislative and regulatory initiatives for all kinds of insurance, including homeowners, automobile, workers’ compensation, medical malpractice and other lines of property and casualty and life and health insurance.

In addition to his role with Greenberg Traurig, Fred has been an Adjunct Professor of Law at Florida State University College of Law since 2008, where he teaches a course on Insurance Law and Risk Management. Fred is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator.


Robert Parisi, Esq. is a Managing Director and Cyber Product Leader for Marsh USA. His current responsibilities include advising clients on issues related to intellectual property, technology, privacy, and cyber related risks as well as negotiating with the carriers on terms and conditions. Robert is also responsible for coordinating Marsh’s Global Cyber Network.

Prior to joining Marsh, Robert was the senior vice president and Chief Underwriting Officer (CUO) of eBusiness Risk Solutions at AIG. Robert joined AIG in 1998 as legal counsel for its Professional Liability group and held several executive and legal positions, including CUO for Professional Liability and Technology. While at AIG, Robert oversaw the creation and drafting of underwriting guidelines and policies for all lines of Professional Liability. Robert was also instrumental in the development of specialty reinsurance to address aggregation of risk issues inherent in cyber, privacy and technology insurance. In addition to working with AIG, Robert has also been in private practice, principally as legal counsel to various Lloyds of London syndicates.

While at Marsh, Robert has worked extensively with Marsh clients in all industries, assisting them in analysis of their risk as well as in the placement of coverage for cyber risks.

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Section I. Cybersecurity regulation
a) Development and adoption of the New York cybersecurity rule and the NAIC model law
b) Other state and NAIC activity
c) Federal and international influences

Section II. Data breach mitigation strategies
a) Best practices
b) Corporate governance and cybersecurity
c) Legal defensibility

Section III. The cyber liability marketplace
a) Profile of cyber insurance providers
b) Available coverages
c) Future trends