Cybersecurity Arbitration: Why Lawyers Should Arbitrate, not Litigate, Data Privacy and Security Breach Suits

The Global Cyber Institute and Thomson Reuters have brought together a seasoned panel of renowned arbitrators, neutrals, and cyber experts to discuss how arbitration can be used to expeditiously and fairly to resolve disputes arising from data breaches. The course will provide an overview on the current state of data breaches, highlighting the traditional costs associated with a breach. Speakers, in particular, will provide insight on Equifax and outline the case for using arbitration to resolve data breach claim coverage disputes. Additionally, the seminar will provide tips on what advocates and neutrals should focus on when mediating or arbitrating these claims.

This course is brought to you by the Global Cyber Institute and Thomson Reuters.

Topics that will be discussed:

  1. Overview of Cyber Breaches – Terminology and Concepts
  2. Survey of Recent Data Breaches
  3. Legal Issues Surrounding Data Breach Litigation
  4. The Benefits of Arbitration
  5. Recommendations and Best Practices

Who should attend?

  • Lawyers
  • Insurance executives
  • In-house counsel
  • Business executives
  • Privacy attorneys

Speakers

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Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson
  • Course Certificate

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