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Look In The Mirror: Where the Legal and Insurance Industries Stand on Cybersecurity


With this program you will receive free access to the Cybersecurity newsletter provided by Law Journal Newsletters
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Approved for CLE credit in: AK,AZ,CA,CT,MO,ND,NH,NY,VT,WV

In this program, the panel will discuss how to evaluate an organization's digital assets and vulnerabilities, implementing a cybersecurity strategy and how to respond to cyber attacks.

This program was recorded on December 15th, 2015 as part of ALM's CyberSecure.

Provided By: CyberSecure

10:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Evaluating an organizations’ digital assets and vulnerabilities
  • Implementing a cybersecurity strategy, program and governance
  • Responding to cyberattacks, identifying the cause, and remediating
  • Applying industry agnostic measures to triage and protect the most valuable assets
Runtime: 1 hour and 2 minutes
Recorded: December 15th, 2015

CLE Credit Information

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This program is has been approved for credit in AK,AZ,CA,CT,MO,ND,NH,NY,VT,WV

Experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

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Panelist Biographies

Sara Robben

Statistical Advisor
National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)

Sara Robben is a Statistical Advisor at the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). She has worked in the Research and Actuarial department for the past seven years. Her current projects include staff support for the Cybersecurity (EX) Task Force, the Catastrophe Response (C) Working Group, the Catastrophe Insurance (C) Working Group, the Transparency and Readability of Consumer Information (C) Working Group and the ACA Medical Professional Liability (C) Working Group.

Sara has her B.S. in Mathematics and Statistics, and her Masters Degree in Project Management. She taught technology courses for DeVry University for ten years. The courses Sara taught include computer networking, web architecture, database administration and network and operating systems security.

Shahryar Shaghaghi

National Leader, Technology Advisory Services

Shahryar Shaghaghi leads the firm’s Technology Advisory Services practice, having more than 25 years of experience providing information technology (IT), operations and risk management services to global organizations. He focuses on strategy and transformation services that enable innovation and address regulatory and compliance requirements. A trusted advisor to CIOs, COOs and CISOs, Mr. Shaghaghi implements IT strategy, risk and compliance optimization programs to address business needs through the integration of process, technology, organization, and relationships to increase profitability and manage cost and risk.

He has developed and implemented large scale transformation programs, including in the areas of application development, IT infrastructure services, digital transformation and eCommerce, IT due diligence, IT financial management, cybersecurity, business continuity and sourcing strategy. He has also implemented compliance programs related to enforcement actions, including AML/KYC, OFAC, FATCA and Dodd-Frank requirements for global financial services firms.

Prior to joining BDO, Mr. Shaghaghi was a Partner at Kurt Salmon, where he expanded their CIO Advisory Services. He also served as Director of Transformation with Citigroup, leading key strategic and reengineering initiatives to manage cost and drive efficiency for its Global Operations and Technology and Citi Transaction Services groups. Coordinating with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and Federal Reserve Board, he led global functions for Citi’s Information Security (IS), IT Policy, IS Policy, Global Records Management and IT Risk Analysis groups.

Mark Clancy


Mark Clancy is the Chief Executive Officer of Soltra, DTCC’s joint venture with the Financial Services Information and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) to automate the sharing of information about cyber security threats. He was the Chief Information Security Officer of DTCC prior to his new role at Soltra.

Active in the financial services and critical infrastructure communities, Clancy participates in the FS-ISAC and Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC).

In addition, he serves in a leadership capacity as a Vice Chair of FS-ISAC’s board of directors; as a member of FSSCC’s executive committee, and leads the international coordination for FSSCC. Clancy has spoken on cyber security to attendees at the Air War College National Security Forum, as well as at events sponsored by U.S. Government agencies, such as the Committee on National Security Systems and the US Army Enterprise Solutions Competency Center. He has also testified before the US Congress House Financial Services subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Entities and Senate Commerce Committee on cyber security issues.

Before joining DTCC in 2009, Clancy was executive vice president of Information Technology Risk at Citigroup. His responsibilities included developing IT Risk strategy and managing the company’s information security polices and standards. He also directed company-wide efforts around third-party access, data protection, infrastructure protection, and vulnerability and threat assessment.

Jennifer C. Archie

Latham & Watkins LLP

Jennifer Archie is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm's Litigation & Trial Department. She possesses broad investigations, litigation, and counseling experience advising clients from emerging companies to global enterprises across all market sectors in matters involving computer fraud and cybercrime, privacy/data security compliance and program management, advertising and marketing practices, information governance, consumer fraud, employment and trade secrets. She has particular expertise defending clients in FTC and state consumer protection investigations and preparing for and leading the response to complex and large-scale data breach incidents.

Ms. Archie joined Latham in 1989, following her graduation from Cornell Law School. Prior to entering the practice of law, she served as Legislative Assistant and subsequently Press Secretary to Congressman Christopher H. Smith (R-NJ) from 1983-86. She has lectured for various industry, client and bar groups on diverse topics related to litigation or compliance issues relevant to state and federal computer crime and privacy laws, unfair or deceptive trade practice laws, and social media compliance considerations for regulated industries and public companies.

Ms. Archie is the editor of the Global Privacy & Security Compliance Law Blog, which discusses a wide range of legal developments and controversies involving data protection and privacy issues and practices, transborder data transfers, and data and system security terms and breaches across numerous industry sectors.

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