Ken Goldstein
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Ken Goldstein


J.D. Western New England University School of Law.
B.A in Law and Society, Binghamton University

Research Interests:
Cybersecurity, Media/Entertainment, and Risk Management/Insurance 

BL 230 Legal Environment of Business
BL 530 Business Law
INS 210 Principles of Risk Management and Insurance
INS 481 Independent Study in Insurance
MBA 740 Business, Law & Society

Visiting Instructor of Business Law 
Department of Accounting and Taxation

Academic Publications

“Gone Phishing: With tax season approaching, hackers are getting ready to cast wide nets,” CT CPA Magazine, January/February, 2018

“Cyber Insurance: Why the Insurance Industry Struggles to Write It? How can insurance companies capture a $20 billion market? 4 Steps to Protecting Insurers,” PLUS Journal, Q118

Papers Under Review

“Caught in the Cyber Crosshairs: How higher education institutions need to efficiently prioritize and manage resources to ensure a strong cybersecurity posture, and in turn, organizational longevity”

Industry Publications

“After the Data Breach,” The Financial Manager, May/June, 2015

“When Hackers Attack,” The Financial Manager, May/June, 2013

“Mobile Device Explosion in the Workplace Creates Need for Heightened Security,” Insurance Journal, October, 2012 (co-authored)

“Avoiding Massachusetts Mayhem, Welcome to 201 CMR 17.00,” The Financial Manager, May/June, 2011

“Who’s Minding Your School’s Facebook Page,” University Risk Management & Insurance Association, July, 2010

“Safe Harbor in the On-line Storm,” The Financial Manager, May/June, 2010

“Defamation 101 and New Media,” CINE, March, 2010

 “A Web of Liabilities,” The Financial Manager, September/October, 2009

“Sizzling Content, Legal Fires,” The Financial Manager, January/February, 2008

Executive Council, CLM Cyber Claims College (January, 2018)