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By now we all know cyber attacks can catastrophically damage any organization's brand, reputation, and business operations. Unfortunately, the increased frequency, complexity, and magnitude of these attacks in 2016 makes protecting company and consumer information seem daunting if not impossible.

Is cyber insurance the answer?

In this LIVE webcast, a diverse panel of distinguished legal, technology and insurance professionals will share insights on the pros and cons of cyber insurance and highlight potential traps for the unwary. Panelists will also discuss the role cyber insurance plays as part of a more comprehensive cyber strategy that involves the right people, process and technology.

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Matthew Nelson, Esq.

Attorney, Corporate Strategy


Matthew Nelson is an attorney and legal technology expert with fifteen years of experience helping organizations implement best practices in the areas of electronic discovery, records retention, data security and privacy. In his current role, Nelson monitors privacy and data security policy developments important to Symantec's global business strategy, internal operations and customers and he also serves as the company information governance champion.

Nelson was also recently named Membership Chair for the Association of Corporate Counsel’s National Information Governance Committee and he is a member of ACC’s Cybersecurity for In House Counsel Working Group. He is licensed to practice law in Idaho and California.

Steve Meckl

Director, Americas Incident Response


Steve Meckl is Director of Americas Incident Response at Symantec. Steve leads the team responsible for helping our customers prepare for, detect, and respond to security incidents. Delivering world-class Cyber Readiness, Incident Response, and Advanced Threat Hunting services is is primary responsibility. Doing this, Steve is able to help Symantec customers identify, contain, and eradicate increasingly sophisticated attackers.

Molly McGinnis Stine


Locke Lord LLP

Molly McGinnis Stine works with insurers and reinsurers throughout the United States, England, Germany and elsewhere. Her representation has involved general liability, property, professional liability, directors and officers, errors and omissions, and financial liability claims. Molly also focuses on cyber, privacy, data security, communications, social media, and other evolving risks.

Molly is a frequent speaker and writer on insurance and risk topics, including cybersecurity and cyber insurance issues. She graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and Macalester College.

Jeanmarie Giordano

Chief Underwriting Officer


Jeanmarie Giordano is the Chief Underwriting Officer for the US and Canada for the Professional Liability Division of AIG Financial Lines. In her capacity as CUO, Jeanmarie was involved in the development of the ReputationGuard product launched by AIG in 2011 and speaks regularly regarding the exposure companies face from a reputation threat or attack and the insurance protection available from AIG.

Jeanmarie joined AIG in 1995 as a Claims Analyst in Environmental Claims before joining the Professional Liability Division as an underwriter where she eventually assumed management of the New York Region Branch for Professional Liability. In 2009 Jeanmarie became CUO of Professional Liability, Executive Liability. Jeanmarie earned a BA in Political Science and English Literature from Duquesne University and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. She is admitted to practice in New York State.