Data Breach 201

Data Breach 201

About the Webinar 

Join us as we delve deeper into data breaches.  What are the latest breach trends affecting Higher Ed? What are the best ways to work together as an organization to respond to a data breach effectively?  What steps can you take before a data incident occurs so that your university is best poised to handle and recover from the breach?  We will take a closer look at the “nitty gritty” of a data breach, including the timelines and expectations of an evolving situation, so that your university is situated to best respond to a data incident and minimize ramifications from a regulatory and third party claims perspective.

About the Presenters

Sue Yi
Privacy Breach Response Services Manager
Beazley Group

Sue joined Beazley in January 2013 as part of BBR Services. Sue works with policyholders to coordinate resources available under the BBR policy to effectively respond to data breaches. Sue is an attorney whose prior legal experience includes a fellowship with the Office of Counsel at Temple University Health System, Inc., where she focused on regulatory issues in the health care setting. Sue graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in History and subsequently earned her law degree from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. In addition, she also holds a Master of Laws in Taxation from Temple University School of Law.

Craig A. Linton
Specialty Lines Claims
Beazley Group

Craig A. Linton is a claims manager in the Technology, Media and Business Services division of Beazley, a specialist insurer and leading provider of data breach response insurance.  Craig assists policyholders in coordinating services in response to data breaches and approaching regulatory and defense litigation in a strategic and fulsome manner.  Prior to joining Beazley, Craig was an associate at a London-based law firm, concentrating on insurance coverage litigation.  Craig is a graduate of Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia and Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.


Resources to Share

Here are just a few resources for higher education administrators, students, faculty, and staff:

The Ever-Changing Landscape of Cyber Risk. John Mullen & Adam Cottini.

Under Attack. Managing Cyber Risks for UniversitiesJason Glasgow & Brian Kelly.

What's in Your Cyber Policy? Thirteen Potential Shortcomings in Your Cyber CoverageJeff Marshall.

URMIA Government & Regulatory Affairs Blast: US SAFE WEB Act. Blake Lovvorn.

URMIA Survey Shows Members Increasingly Maintain Cyber Liability Insurance. Jennifer Jasinski & Glenn Klinksiek.