Arthur R. Armstrong and Krishna A. Jani CIPP/US, members of the Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Law Practice Group at Flaster Greenberg PC, have been selected by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) to participate as a panelists at the Cyberlaw Update 2021 virtual seminar on April 29, 2021. They will join seven other faculty members with a focus on cybersecurity and data privacy law, which include: Jasmeet Kaur Ahuja, Esq; Timothy Dickens, CIPP/A, CIPP/E, CIPP/US; Jordan L. Fischer, Esq.; Odia Kagan, Esq., Joshua A. Mooney, Esq.; Carolyn Purwin Ryan, Esq.; and Patricia Diane Wynne, Esq., CIPP/US.
Arthur Armstrong will present the segment entitled “Can I Make My Insurance Company Pay for My Cyber Loss?,” which will address the role insurance coverage plays in mitigating losses caused by cyber-attacks. Krishna Jani, CIPP/US, will present the segment entitled “Proposed, Pending, and Recently Passed State and Federal Legislation,” which will serve as an overview of proposed and recently-passed federal and state cybersecurity and data privacy legislation. Ms. Jani also serves as a course planner for this year’s PBI Cyberlaw Update, which includes coordinating course topics, speakers, and syllabus materials, as well as partaking in planning meetings, contributing to written course materials, and virtually presenting at the Update.
Arthur Armstrong is a shareholder in the firm’s Litigation Department as well as the Insurance Recovery and Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Law practice groups. He concentrates his practice in insurance recovery exclusively on behalf of policyholders and commercial litigation. He also focuses his practice on insurance recovery for cyber-attacks, including ransomware, DDoS attacks, social engineering, malware attacks and other cyber threats. He holds a certificate from HarvardX for "Cybersecurity: Managing Risk in the Information Age."
Krishna Jani, CIPP/US, is a member of Flaster Greenberg’s Litigation Department and its Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Law practice group, focusing her practice on complex commercial litigation through as well as advising clients on matters related to regulatory compliance, data breach response, and crafting privacy-by-design policies.
The live webcast will be held on Thursday, April 29th from 9:00 a.m. – 4:10 p.m. and has been approved for five substantive credits and one ethics credit. For more information, or to register, click here.