Ep. 73: NY Cybersecurity Compliance Requirements
Howard W. Greene is the Director of Strategic Initiatives at Excess Line Association of New York (ELANY), a non-profit industry advisory association. Theodore P. Augustinos is a Managing Partner at Locke Lord LLP, a full-service law firm that is recognized for its solid reputation in complex litigation, regulatory, and transactional work. David Burgeson is the Chief Operating Officer at Renaissance Systems Inc., a nationwide provider of compliance-based IT services, programming, big data analytics, and security solutions.
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Howard, Theodore, and David join us to discuss the topic of cybersecurity in the insurance industry. They share their wisdom regarding compliance, regulations, and how a company should respond to a cybersecurity threat and describe how their companies guarantee the data security of third-party apps. They also explain how they dispose of data properly and share tips on how to strengthen a company’s cybersecurity in accordance with the new regulations.
“Most of the data breaches aren’t from the third world, but internally.”David Burgeson
What you’ll learn:
- Where the insurance industry currently stands on cybersecurity regulations?
- Who are the covered entities under the regulations?
- What is Section 500.06 all about and what does it require.
- How brokers detect and respond to cybersecurity events.
- How long companies should retain records.
- How companies can test the security of third-party apps.
- How often companies should review their testing procedures.
- What counts as secured disposal of data?
- The type of data you can’t dispose of easily.
- The kind of policies and procedures brokers can reasonably implement.
- Why encryption is a non-option for data security.
- Their advice to those wanting to enter the insurance industry.
- Make security and compliance a part of the culture and operations of your organization.
- You need to have some level of control that would reveal whether employees or other unauthorized users may be improperly accessing, using, or tampering with data.
- As you’re deploying new technologies, it’s important to design data mapping and disposal for your facilities.
- You need to have procedures for evaluating, assessing, or testing the security of apps.
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