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Unplugged Cyber: The Human Resources Perspective On Cyber Security (Webinar)

Tuesday, February 5, 2019, 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM CST
Unplugged Cyber:  The Human Resources Perspective On Cyber Security (Webinar)

One look at the news and it becomes clear that too many cyber or data incidents are, unfortunately, caused by employee negligence, a lack of training, and a failure to spot red flags. 

While technology is an important safeguard, many cyber attacks have a psychological component requiring hackers tricking humans.  That is, despite the best technology in place, ultimately, employee training can make the difference. This session will provide a quick analysis of requirements for all data collectors and close with a discussion on how you can integrate everyone from administrative professionals to human resource professionals into your company’s cyber security program.



Partner / Tressler LLP

Todd Rowe is a Chicago-based partner with Tressler LLP, a national law firm. He focuses his practice in insurance coverage representing specialty, property, and commercial lines insurers in litigation and non-litigation disputes. He also regularly provides guidance on issues related to policy analysis and drafting and claims handling procedures. Todd provides counseling to clients on cyber incident responses and cyber insurance coverage issues. Todd is admitted to practice in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan, and has been involved in a number of insurance coverage matters in other various states. Todd is the editor of Tressler’s Privacy Risk Report blog. 

Material posted on this website is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a legal opinion or medical advice. Contact your legal representative or medical professional for information specific to your legal or medical needs.

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