Navigating the Cybersecurity Maze: Insight into Cyber Insurance, Attacks, and Legal Framework (IINB)


On-line, Moncton, NB Map
Date and Time: November 07, 2023 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Atlantic

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The CE Credits Hours are only valid in Manitoba.


We are delighted to invite you to an engaging and informative discussion panel that will explore the ever-evolving world of cyber risk, legal considerations, and emerging trends.

Join us as we delve into the critical roles of Cyber Insurers, Breach Lawyers, and Cyber Security Consultants, while discussing essential topics such as risk transfer, cost reduction strategies, business continuity planning, cyber attack preparedness, and the impact of emerging trends like Chat GPT and TikTok.

Panel Speakers

Imran Ahmad, Partner, Head of Technology, Co-Head of Information
Governance, Priacy and Cybersecurity, Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP
Imran Ahmad is the Canadian head of the technology sector and Canadian co-head of the information governance, privacy and cybersecurity practice in Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP. He is based in Toronto and Montreal offices and is recognized as a leading cybersecurity lawyer by several legal directories. He is the author of Canada's first legal incident preparation and response handbook titled Cybersecurity in Canada: A Guide to Best Practices, Planning, and Management andan adjunct professor at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law, where he teaches cybersecurity and privacy law.

Neal Jardine, Global Cyber Risk Intelligence & Claims Director, BOXX Insurance Inc.
Neal is a recognized leader in the complexities of responding to cyber attacks including ransomware negotiation, privacy breaches and data loss. Neal has adjusted insured and uninsured losses from over 300 cyber attacks and breaches internationally, including Asia, the United States, Canada, and Europe. A recognized expert to brokers, businesses and insurers on issues related to cyber insurance and cyber risk management, assisting a wide range of industries in their understanding of pre- and post-loss management and response to cyber events.  

Ann E. Gorr, Principal, Ann Gorr, LLC
Ann is a legal technology consultant, information governance (IG) strategist, subject matter expert and avid technology evangelist. She is recognized for the development and execution of innovative Legal IT strategies for her law firm and corporate legal clients in the IG/Enterprise Content Management, and Compliance/Privacy/Risk arenas. With over 25 years of experience, Ann has the ability to translate technical information into practical/concise concepts, execute change management, and bring about consensus within technology projects by reducing complex issues to manageable solutions.

Jason Marilla, VP Operations, incyber
Jason is an entrepreneur, Solutions Architect, Threat Hunter, Best Selling Author and Speaker.


Nicholas Fonseca, MBA, BSB/M, CIP, CTAJ (TM), CH-PL, Department Leader at CoL
Nicholas has over 20 years of experience in the insurance and risk management industry and specializes in leading and managing information risk, information governance, access to information, and privacy programs. He has served as a Canadian region board member and governance advisor for ARMA International and President of the Northern Alberta region of ARMA International. Nicholas has served as VP of Academic, Professional Services and Symposium Chair for the IINA and as the President of the IINA. Nicholas instructs the national Cyber Risk course in the Chartered Insurance Professional program for the Western Insurance Institutes and was presented with the Instructor of the Year Award in 2022.

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The CE Credits Hours are only valid in Manitoba.

CE Credits:     2 CE Hours (#42348).
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