Ken Goldstein

Clinical Instructor of Risk Management and Insurance

Economics, Finance, and Insurance

Barney School of Business
860.768.4779 A-410
Education

JD, Western New England University School of Law

BA in Law and Society, Binghamton University


Ken Goldstein is a Clinical Instructor of Risk Management and Insurance. His current teaching focus is on the Principles of Risk Management and Insurance (a door-opener course), innovative InsurTech curriculum, & the hot topic of Cybersecurity Risk Management and Insurance. Ken is licensed to practice law in Connecticut and New York, and during his seventeen years in the insurance industry, worked his way up at legacy Chubb from claims attorney to holding positions that included Vice President & Worldwide Cyber Security and Media Liability Manager and Vice President & Media Segment Manager.

Goldstein's research interests include:

  • Cybersecurity & InsurTech
  • Media/Entertainment
  • Risk Management/Insurance 

Goldstein is a member of the Executive Council of CLM Cyber Claims College.

Academic Publications

“Caught in the Cyber Crosshairs: What Can Higher Ed Do To Manage Data Security Breaches and Privacy Losses,” Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology, Volume 29, Issue 3

“InsurTech Enabling: How to Turn Small to Middle Market Companies (“SME’s”) Into First-Time Cyber Insurance Buyers,” PLUS Journal, Q418

“Insurance, Data Breach & Privacy,” IDPP, 2018 Volume 2, Issue 12

“10 Things to Think About When Considering Insurance for Data Breaches and Privacy Losses,” IDPP, 2018 Volume 2, Issue 4

“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

Select 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