Exploring a Potential Federal Insurance Response to Catastrophic Cyber Risk: Implementing Strategic Objective 3.6 of the U.S. National Cyber Strategy
Join UC Irvine’s Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute and UCI Law, as well as senior officials from the White House Office of the National Cyber Director, Department of the Treasury, and the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency for a deep dive into the possibilities of leveraging a potential United States Government financial backstop for the cyber-insurance ecosystem to improve cyber hygiene and our national and economic security.
This event is pending approval for 3.0 hours of Minimum Continuing Legal Education Credit by the State Bar of California. The University of California, Irvine School of Law is a State Bar-approved MCLE provider.
UCI Continuing Education Building – Yosemite Ballroom
510 East Peltason Drive Irvine, CA 92697
October 19, 2023 • 9 am to 4 pm
Reception to follow
No Fee to Attend
Keynote Address by The Honorable Jeh Johnson
Former US Secretary of Homeland Security & Department of Defense General Counsel
Registration & Welcome
Keynote by The Honorable Jeh Johnson (starts @ 09:30 am sharp)
11 am-12 pm
Panel 1: A Proposal for a Catastrophic Cyberattack Resilience Act
Featuring Bryan Cunningham, Executive Director, UC Irvine Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute and Gregory Eskins, Cyber Product Leader, Marsh
Panel 2: US Government Panel with Senior Officials from the Office of the National Cyber Director, Department of the Treasury, and the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency
Panel 3: The Insurance Industry’s Role in Cybersecurity Resiliency
Featuring Shauhin Talesh, Professor of Law, UC Irvine School of Law; Emily Agramonte, Executive Business Development, West, Coalition Inc.; Kerri Hamm, Executive Vice President, Business Development, Munich Re; Shabnam Jalakian, Sr. Vice President, First American Financial Corporation; Matt Prevost, Vice President, Cyber & Technology Product Manager, Chubb
Industry experts discuss ways to increase security in medical devices, followed by a fully-catered networking reception.Watch the Event Video >
Join us for an engaging virtual event featuring a keynote by Shabnam Jalakian, Chief Information Security Officer and Senior Vice President of First American Financial Corp., followed by a panel discussion and opportunity to connect as a community.(more…)
How worried Should We Be? A Realistic Look at Cybersecurity Threats for the 2020 elections and Beyond with Bryan Cunningham
How worried Should We Be? A Realistic Look at Cybersecurity Threats for the 2020 elections and Beyond
Wednesday, January 29th, 2020(more…)
October 16 • 5-6 pm
UCI University Club Dining Room
Please join us for a networking reception, including food and refreshments, from 5:00-6:00 pm, October 16. Connect with students, faculty, ICS Industry Showcase guests and Cybersecurity Workforce 2025 panelists, Obsidian, First American Financial, Blackberry Cylance and IBM.
June 18, 2019
@ The Cove at UCI Applied Innovation
As numerous new privacy and security laws come into force, it’s not just large companies that need to comply. Small and mid-sized enterprises also will face penalties for failure to comply with these sometimes vague and even contradictory new laws. All businesses ignore these changes at their peril and time is running short to come into compliance.
This Free Event, sponsored by UCI’s Cybersecurity Policy and Research Institute (cpri.uci.edu) and UCI’s Institute for Software Research (isr.uci.edu) features a special keynote by Professor Kevin Fu from the University of Michigan, followed by faculty presentations, a panel discussion and a research showcase.
Crisis Dynamics and Cyber Statecraft: Simulating Cross-National Perspectives
September 25, 2018
Donald Bren Hall, UCI Campus
Space is limited for this event.*
The UC Irvine Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute (CPRI) is proud to announce – in partnership with the Atlantic Council and the Marine Corps University Foundation – a 1/2-day crisis simulation exercise critical to increase understanding, by governments, police forces, and businesses, of how states use offensive cyber capabilities, alongside more traditional instruments of statecraft, to manage crises and further their national interests. For businesses, this exercise will enhance understanding of how nation-state cyberwarfare may affect them. All attendees will be able to participate – through scenario focus groups – in the decision-making process and outcome.
June 26, 2018
The Cove at UCI Applied Innovation
5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Join UCI Cybersecurity Policy and Research Institute and Newmeyer & Dillion on Tuesday, June 26th for a complimentary panel discussing the intersection of cybersecurity, employee privacy rights, and the legal and practical challenges arising from the use of social media and personal devices.