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Connecticut's First 
Cybersecurity Czar at the CBA

Tuesday, January 10
Hacked: 
Counseling Clients  after a  Data Breach
About the Program
Your client has been hacked. Now what? Do you know how to advise them?

Speakers for this seminar, including Arthur H. House, the state's first cybersecurity czar, will address the legal clean-up faced by a business after a data breach. 

With hacking in both the public and private sectors on the rise, you need to know how to help clients.  The program will review state data breach laws, including those that maintain health information and are subject to HIPAA. Criteria for evaluating appropriate insurance coverage will also be discussed.
CLE Credit
2.0 Hours 
You Will Learn
  • State law requirements in the event an attorney's client suffers from a data breach
  • Federal law requirements in the event an attorney's client suffers from a data breach
  • Types of insurance protection available to businesses to protect from losses due to a data breach
Speakers
Matthew Fitzsimmons, Office of the Attorney General, Hartford
Arthur H. House, Cybersecurity Chief, State of Connecticut
Stephanie Sprague Sobkowiak, Murtha Cullina LLP, New Haven
Ryan M. Suerth, Mutha Cullina LLP, Hartford
Organizers
Daniel J. Kagan, Murtha Cullina LLP, New Haven
Nisha
Kapur, Murtha Cullina LLP, Hartford
Jared L. Shwartz
, Cohen and Wolf PC, Bridgeport
Cost
Member $75
Non-Member $125
Law Student $25
The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE. This program qualifies for transitional and non-transitional credits. Financial hardship information available upon request.


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