May 13, 2014
Please join Lockton, AEGIS and Hunton & Williams on May 13th in Washington, DC or via webinar to hear more about reducing the risk and minimizing the damages of a cyber attack.
Tuesday, May 13th, 2014
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. EDT
The program will be available via webinar and live in Hunton & Williams’ Washington, DC office at 2200 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037
The threat of a cyber attack against critical infrastructure companies has increased during the last few years. The continuing evolution of this threat and the ability to use a cyber attack to cause physical damage is a major concern to governments and critical infrastructure industries worldwide, a concern that is highlighted in the Obama Administration’s recent release of a voluntary cyber security framework under Executive Order 13636 that focuses on improving the resilience and security of critical infrastructure industries against a cyber attack.
A major challenge to the insurance industry is that effective management of cyber risks no longer involves simply the protection of confidential customer or employee data from those seeking to steal such data for financial gain. Threat actors may also include foreign enemies or terrorist organizations looking to advance political or ideological agendas by causing major disruption or harm through cyber attacks. In addition, the attack surface continues to grow as enterprises look to drive costs down through operation of SCADA systems and other forms of remote operational technology.
Partner, Hunton & Williams
Head of Cyber, AEGIS
Vice President of Cyber Security and Privacy at the Lockton Companies
This program will be held via webinar and live in Hunton & Williams’ Washington, DC office.
Questions? Please contact: Vonny Chiu via email or 804.788.8310