September 21, 2010

Data Breach: Understanding the Risk and Managing a Crisis

Joint presentation by Stites & Harbison and Marsh, Kroll, Stites & Harbison Conference Center, Louisville, Ky., September 21, 2010

In the last decade, the health care world has been transformed by the availability of an overwhelming amount of information. The collection of personal information and dependence on systems creates an obligation of companies to protect the personal information of their customers, employees, and partners.

When a data breach occurs, the reputation and financial stability of your organization is at stake. In order to protect your organization from frivolous litigation, government investigations, regulatory fines, and damaged reputation, you will need to respond to the media and regulatory agencies and provide a comprehensive solution to victims.

Below are links to an interactive session presented by Stites & Harbison, PLLC, and Marsh, Kroll that will review cyber privacy and security laws, risk exposures and strategies for prevention, response, and recovery.


  • Charles J. (Mike) Cronan IV, Member, Stites & Harbison, PLLC, Louisville office (Introduction)
  • Jennifer L. Elliott, former Member, Stites & Harbison, PLLC, Louisville office ("The Legal Landscape and Privacy Litigation")
  • Alex Ricardo, CIPP, Client Executive, Kroll ("The Art of Breach Crisis Management")
  • Robert Parisi, Senior Vice President, FINPRO, Marsh ("Risk Transfer")
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