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The "Protection" of Biometric Data and the Data Cyber Insurance Market: Closing in on a Tipping Point
Date: June 30, 2020
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The capture of biometric data creates a delicate balance between privacy and efficiency. Recently, with the advent of COVID-19, it has become increasingly apparent that the use and collection of personal identifiable information is not clearly regulated. This program will discuss the current (and pending) measures in place to address these privacy concerns, as well as recent trends in litigation. In addition, it will offer some “best practices” for reducing potential liability in this new COVID -19 world. Further, this program will discuss the current state of the cyber insurance market and provide an overview of cyber insurance coverage trends, particularly in light of COVID -19.
Who Should Attend
- Coverage, defense, business and privacy attorneys
- Anyone who works in the cyber insurance industry or is involved with the IAPP
What You Will Learn
- Current and pending federal and state laws designed to regulate the collection, use and storage of biometric data
- Some similarities and differences between the European Union's General Data Privacy Protection Regulation and U.S. law
- Current litigation trends involving corporate use of biometric data
- The current state of the cyber insurance market
- Cyber insurance coverage trends, particularly in light of Covid-19.
Robert J. Cosgrove, Esq., CIPP/US, CIPM, Wade Clark Mulcahy LLP
Lauren J. Berenbaum, Esq., CIPP/US, Wade Clark Mulcahy LLP
Kelly S. Geary, CPP, CIPP/US, EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants