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Lauri Floresca

Senior Vice President, Management Liability

Editor, Cyber Liability

Lauri is a widely respected expert and frequent speaker on the issues of directors & officers liability and cyber liability. She has developed her expertise surrounding complex privacy breach claims and innovative Cyber Liability solutions, and has extensive experience placing D&O programs for public companies of all sizes, including NASDAQ 100 and Fortune 500 companies.

415.402.6523

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Lauri Floresca

Senior Vice President, Management Liability

Editor, Cyber Liability

Lauri is a widely respected expert and frequent speaker on the issues of directors & officers liability and cyber liability. She has developed her expertise surrounding complex privacy breach claims and innovative Cyber Liability solutions, and has extensive experience placing D&O programs for public companies of all sizes, including NASDAQ 100 and Fortune 500 companies.

415.402.6523

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GDPR Liability and Fines: Will My Cyber Insurance Cover Them?

When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect on May 25th, significant new obligations will be placed on companies doing business in the EU or with European citizens. Adopted in 2016 after a lengthy debate among EU member companies, GDPR goes far beyond the data breach notification requirements that we are familiar with in the US.

Cyber Risks & Construction No Industry Can Hide

With yet another high profile data breach in the news, we are constantly reminded that every company has data that can be compromised and exposed. As businesses become more reliant on internet-connected solutions and remote access systems, we all become more vulnerable to data breaches.

What You Can Do to Prepare for Ransomware and Cyber Attacks like NotPetya

In the summer of 2017, a breed of ransomware known as NotPetya stepped onto the scene. Although NotPetya mainly attacked companies in Ukraine, scores of other countries were also targeted. Perhaps the most disturbing aspect of the NotPetya attacks was that no one seemed to be immune. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to protect your company against future attacks—let’s find out what you can do.