Cyber Security Planning in the Wake of Equifax
Please join us for an interactive panel discussion as we discuss current trends in cyber attacks. Hosted by Taylor English Duma LLP and McGriff, Seibels & Williams, this panel discussion will focus on the following topics:
- How to prevent what happened to Equifax from happening to you
- Why risk management is essential to protecting your information
- Products and services that help with protection and breaches
- How cyber security can be used as a tool for growth
- And other similar topics
Who Should Attend
In-house counsel, risk management professionals, IT security professionals, board members and senior management and anyone else who is responsible for preventing or responding to cyber security breaches.
Cyber Security Panel
|Allen W. Nelson | Moderator | Taylor English Duma LLP |
As a former public company general counsel, Allen W. Nelson has significant experience leading global teams, and providing advice on a wide range of topics important to boards of directors and members of senior management including cyber security, government investigations and negotiations, risk management, intellectual property issues, and ethics and compliance.
|Mitzi L. Hill | Panelist | Taylor English Duma LLP |
Mitzi L. Hill has worked on evolving technology issues for 20 years, largely with a focus on how new technologies affect consumers, commercial intellectual property strategy and commercial compliance. Her practice focuses on data security and privacy, entertainment and media matters, and technology licensing and development.
|Rachel Lee Zichella | Panelist | Taylor English Duma LLP |
Rachael Lee Zichella practices both commercial litigation and labor and employment law at Taylor English, where she is a partner with experience representing corporations, boards of directors, and individuals in complex matters. She regularly appears nationwide in federal and state courts, and in arbitration, and litigates matters through trial, which she greatly enjoys.
|Adam Lantrip | Panelist | McGriff, Seibels & Williams |
Adam is focused on the design, marketing, and implementation of professional liability, cyber/privacy, and media insurance programs for Fortune 1000 organizations, complex accounts, and distressed risks across all industry groups, with an emphasis on the technology sector. Adam has been a member of McGriff’s Financial Services Division since August of 2010, having joined the firm in 2007 after beginning his career at AIG. Adam also holds both the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) and Accredited Advisor in Insurance (AAI) designations.