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Karen Randall Speaks on Importance of Breach Response Planning and Cyber Insurance

Nashville, TN
March 28-30, 2019
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Karen Painter Randall, Chair of Connell Foley's Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Group, is a panelist at the Spring 2019 USLAW NETWORK Client Conference, which will be held March 28-30 in Nashville, TN.

Karen, who is Vice Chair of USLAW’s Data Privacy and Security Practice Group, will participate in the Conference's Data Privacy and Security track on a panel titled "Planning Your Breach Response and Cyber Insurance Claim: It Starts Today." Despite the fact a company’s greatest data or cybersecurity threat may actually come from an employee, many companies may direct the bulk of their cybersecurity efforts at IT systems and information management. Using real world examples, this presentation will focus on why a breach response—and cyber insurance—can help a company's executives sleep better at night.

Karen will be joined by co-panelists:

  • Dean Kinsman, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Christopher Lenhart, Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, U.S. Bank
  • Joseph Salpietro, Vice President of Global Cyber Claims, Cyberscout 
  • Cheryl P. Vollweiler, Traub Lieberman 

About USLAW NETWORK 

USLAW is an international organization composed of more than 60 independent, full practice firms with roots in civil litigation, including more than 6,000 attorneys across the U.S., Canada, Latin America and Asia, and with affiliations in Africa and Europe. USLAW is comprised of highly rated law firms that are part of the NETWORK by invitation only. Member firms undergo a rigorous review process to insure outstanding quality of lawyers throughout the USLAW NETWORK. USLAW firms are experienced in commercial and business law, employment and labor law, litigation and other business-related areas of law. All firms have substantial trial experience. USLAW member firms provide legal representation to major corporations, insurance companies, and large and small businesses alike.

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