8th Annual Cyber Liabilities Insurance ExecuSummit
March 19 & 20, 2019
Mohegan Sun Hotel & Convention Center, Uncasville, CT
Dianna D. McCarthy
Winget, Spadafora & Schwartzberg, LLP
Dianna D. McCarthy is a partner of Winget, Spadafora & Schwartzberg, LLP. Ms. McCarthy's practice today focuses primarily on Technology and Cyber disputes as well as Labor and Employment issues. She regularly handles disputes related to systems implementation, software development and licensing and IT intellectual property. She assists clients as a "breach coach" to coordinate and quarterback responses to data breaches or incidents. As respects her Labor and Employment practice she defends executives and business against allegations of wrongdoing including claims of sexual harassment; failure to hire and/or promote; wrongful termination; discrimination; retaliation (including False Claims Act Retaliation) and enforcement of covenants not to compete. She counsels clients on creating Best Practices for both Cyber and Employment protocol.
Brian T. Robb, Esq.
Director, Cyber Industry Leader
Brian is an Underwriting Director and holds the title of Cyber Industry Leader at CNA. Brian is responsible for product development and underwriting strategy within CNA’s Cyber and Technology E&O underwriting operation. Prior to this role, Brian was a Senior Claim Counsel in CNA Specialty Claim’s Management Liability, Financial Institutions and Technology unit where he is focused on the Company’s Global Cyber and Technology claims. Brian is a regular speaker at industry events regarding global cyber insurance and risks, breach response and mitigation. Brian joined CNA’s Specialty Claim unit in 2010, and previously spent over four years as the Director of the Cyber and Technology E&O claim unit. Prior to joining CNA, Brian worked in private practice in New York, where his practice focused on Professional Liability Litigation. Brian received his undergraduate degree from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, his law degree from Brooklyn Law School and an MBA from the Zicklin School of Business at the City University of New York.
John J. Jablonski
Gerber Ciano Kelly Brady LLP
John is the firm’s Managing Partner. He chairs the firm’s Cyber, Technology and Social Media Practice Group. He also chairs the firm’s Toxic Tort and Environmental Practice Group, as well as its Employment and Labor Practice Group. He has over 20 years of experience advising clients on enterprise-wide initiatives involving data privacy and security, information governance, IT governance, litigation readiness, privacy and security of enterprise technology, applications and cloud-based systems (including click-wrap and browse-wrap agreements, terms and conditions, master services, service level and software licensing agreements and website privacy statements), matter management software, enterprise-wide electronic evidence preservation and e-discovery solutions. John’s passion for technology, process improvement and governance makes him uniquely qualified to solve complex legal problems at the intersection of security, privacy and information governance. John’s analytical skills also support due diligence and portfolio analysis related to insurance portfolio transfer engagements of the firm’s Insurance Solutions practice group and development of the firm’s alternative fee agreements. He is the editor and author of the leading text on e-discovery and legal holds (7 Steps for Legal Holds of ESI and Other Documents). His vision for delivering legal services through innovation, efficiency and cost certainty is a driving force behind the firm’s business model.
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