Cyber, and Data, and Regulatory Risks (to Avoid)—Oh My!

Thursday, June 2, 2022
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm EDT

RIMS Member FREE | Non-member $50

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Few industries have seen more dramatic growth in recent years than that of virtual care. Telehealth’s benefits—including improved access and affordability—have been hard to deny, ensuring that the virtual care industry is here to stay. With this new host of services, however, comes an evolving risk landscape that includes a wide range of cyber and technology-related exposures.

Understanding the full range of telehealth risk exposures can be challenging for newcomers to the space. Just as telehealth technology companies may be less familiar with bodily injury and medical malpractice exposure, medical companies may need help navigating technology errors and omissions and cyber risk.

When it comes to telehealth-related vulnerabilities, cyber and related data security and privacy exposures are key concerns—and can be extremely varied in both cause and severity. We will explore the myriad cyber and data security exposures virtual care businesses face including data breaches, ransomware, governmental regulation, and more.

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In this session, you will learn about:

  • First-party cyber and tech risk exposures and claims
  • State and Federal regulations that factor into telehealth risk assessments
  • The need for virtual care and telemedicine businesses to appropriately plan for bodily injury as a result of Cyber or Tech E&O incidents rather than just medical professional errors
  • Including education and services as an essential part of comprehensive virtual care coverage


Kyle Laudadio

Kyle Laudadio
Underwriter, Miscellaneous Medical & Life Sciences

Paul Brunney

Paul Brunney
Director, Incident Response
Lodestone Security

Emily Johnson

Emily Johnson
McDonald Hopkins

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