Partner Chris Seusing will represent WSHB on an all-star panel at the upcoming PLUS Cyber Symposium presenting an analysis of cyber claim trends from 2022 and predictions regarding cyber claims this year. The panel will delve into the types of threats and claims, the responses from cyber insurance carriers and the evolving cyber underwriting market. Seusing will be joined by fellow industry leaders Violet Sullivan of Redpoint Cybersecurity, Rachel Patrizzo of HSB, Peter Hedberg of Corvus Insurance, Anthony Dolce of The Hartford, and Carolyn Purwin Ryan of Mullen Coughlin. The panel will take place February 14, 2023 at 10:30 a.m. at the Marriott Marquis in New York City.

Chris Seusing is New England Managing Partner with Wood Smith Henning & Berman, LLP, overseeing the firm’s Boston and Connecticut offices, and leads the firm’s national Cybersecurity & Data Privacy team. With over 15 years of collective experience in cyber, professional and management liability areas, Chris represents companies and professionals in complex litigation matters around the country. He counsels clients on responding to data breach incidents and regulatory inquiries and investigations, oversees forensic investigations of incidents, drafts information management policies and procedures in compliance with privacy regulations, and collaborates with case teams to implement cost-effective processes using state-of-the-art litigation tools, including analytics and technology-assisted review. Chris leads WSHB’s National Cyber Incident Team which is available 24/7 to respond to cyber incidents and suspected data breaches, and is part of an international legal team focused on data protection and cybersecurity which is regularly called upon by public and private entities to navigate emerging challenges. He is well-regarded for his real-time knowledge based on best practices which dovetail into his sage counsel on risk management, mitigation and claim avoidance. Additionally, Chris is a published thought leader, guest lecturer at law schools, and sought-after speaker on cybersecurity, data privacy and litigation issues.

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