Community banks find themselves in the crosshairs of sophisticated international hacking networks. Criminals are increasing the number of distributed denial-of-service attacks and are aiming at Automated Clearing House networks and online banking systems. The results are far reaching: more private and class-action suits; increased government oversight and enforcement; heightened breach notification disclosure requirements from the SEC and state attorneys general; and public-relations nightmares.
McGuireWoods’ community banking, data privacy and insurance recovery teams invite you to join us for a discussion about the cyber risks facing community banks, the laws and rules impacting community bank security policies and requirements. We also will discuss how community banks can mitigate these risks with insurance.
- Cyber threats and related legal exposures to community banks
- Laws related to data privacy post-Dodd Frank
- “Left of Boom”: Insurance coverage for cyber risks
- Bill Cook, Partner and Head of Data Privacy and Security Team, Chicago
- L.D. Simmons, Partner and Co-chair of the Insurance Recovery Team, Charlotte
- Andrew Konia, Partner, Tysons Corner
- Amy Worley, Counsel, Raleigh
Who Should Attend
Bank officers and executives, including CEOs, CIOs, CFOs, chief risk officers, in-house counsel, general counsel, presidents, directors and managers.