Cyber Security at the Board Level

Only 1% of boards in the United States have a member with cyber security expertise, according to this clip from the 2014 PLUS Conference session “Cyber Security and Data Breaches: The Big New Exposure for Ds & Os?” Here session moderator John E. Black, Jr., Esq. (Skarzynski Black LLC) and panelists Douglas Greene, Esq. (Lane Powell PC), Shanda Davis (Travelers) and Todd Greeley, Esq. (Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance) discuss how boards can and should be addressing cyber security.

For much more on emerging D&O exposures join PLUS for the 2015 D&O Symposium, February 4 and 5 in New York.

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