WSHB’s Cybersecurity & Data Privacy’s Team Lead Christopher Seusing moderated a panel at the 2021 Claims and Litigation Management Alliance’s (CLM) Cyber Conference in New York City. Chris’s panel, Cyber Insurance Market Trends and Risk Challenges, addressed the various types of cyber claims seen over the past year and the effect on the cyber insurance market, including increased scrutiny of data and information security safeguards and compliance with evolving industry and privacy regulations. Chris was joined by fellow thought leaders Rachel Patrizzo (Hartford Steam Boiler), Anthony Dolce (The Hartford), and Peter Hedberg (Corvus Insurance).
Chris Seusing is New England Managing Partner with WSHB, overseeing the firm’s Boston and Connecticut offices, and leads the firm’s national Cybersecurity & Data Privacy team. With nearly 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.
The CLM Cyber Liability Conference is an annual conference consisting of multiple roundtable sessions for professionals in the claims and litigation management industries. The conference is a tremendous mix of collaborative discussions and fun networking events.