Data Breaches in ERISA Benefit Plans: Prevention and Response
Navigating Regulations Governing Self and Fully Insured Plans; Complying with Notice Requirements
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide ERISA counsel with the tools necessary to prevent instances of catastrophic data breach as well as response techniques if a data breach should occur. Our experienced panelists will provide best practices in regards to regulations applicable to self and fully insured plans, notice requirements and response strategies.
- Data breach obligations
- Fully-insured plans
- Self-insured plans
- Data breach prevention
- Data breach response techniques
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What steps must plan sponsors and fiduciaries take to prevent catastrophic data breach?
- What specific obligations do plan sponsors and fiduciaries have when responding to an occurrence of a data breach?
- How can plan sponsors manage their breach response to safeguard plan data, achieve an effective response, and reduce the risk of legal and regulatory action?
Vance E. Drawdy
Mr. Drawdy assists a broad range of clients with litigation arising under employee benefit plans, including both... | Read More
Mr. Drawdy assists a broad range of clients with litigation arising under employee benefit plans, including both welfare and retirement plans. He represents employers, fiduciaries, insurers, and third-party administrators in employee benefit plan related litigation in federal and state courts, including fiduciary and benefit claims litigation under ERISA. Mr. Drawdy also assists clients with the design and drafting of employee welfare benefit plans, including group health and disability benefit plans.Close
Stephen A. Riga, Esq.
Mr. Riga concentrates his practice in the area of employee benefits and privacy and security issues. His benefits... | Read More
Mr. Riga concentrates his practice in the area of employee benefits and privacy and security issues. His benefits practice includes work with funds and employers to design, maintain, merge and terminate qualified retirement plans and health and welfare plans. Mr. Riga's privacy practice extends beyond his work with benefit plans, including consulting regarding data security and privacy law.Close
Timothy G. Verrall
Mr. Verrall advises a diverse range of clients on a wide variety of employee benefit plan issues arising under ERISA,... | Read More
Mr. Verrall advises a diverse range of clients on a wide variety of employee benefit plan issues arising under ERISA, the Internal Revenue Code, and related federal and state laws, including benefit plan design and administration, executive and incentive compensation, and controversies and litigation. Mr. Verrall is a frequent author and lecturer on employment benefit plan issues.Close