Selling Safely Online: Security Best Practices for Art Businesses

Selling Safely Online: Security Best Practices for Art Businesses

Cybersecurity does more than keep your business safe: it gives collectors the confidence to do business with you online. Learn how to protect your business and sell your works safely online by watching the recording of our webinar featuring Artsy executives and industry-leading cybersecurity experts from DeWitt Stern Fine Art Practice, a division of Risk Strategies.

What they discuss:

  • Adding value to your business with online security
  • Signaling trust to online collectors
  • Dealing with common cybersecurity threats

About the Panelists


Dustyn Kim, Chief Revenue Officer at Artsy

Dustyn Kim is Chief Revenue Officer at Artsy, overseeing Artsy’s business with galleries, art fairs, auction houses, and institutions. Dustyn is responsible for developing strategies to grow the marketplace, formulating operating plans and budgets, and leading teams across sales, partner relations, marketing, and operations. Prior to Artsy, she held several leadership positions at content and technology organizations. She was a general manager and P&L owner at LexisNexis’s second-largest division, a $500 million business serving law firms, corporations, and government agencies.

Sam Rozenberg, Executive Vice President of Product and Engineering at Artsy

Sam leads Artsy’s product and engineering teams, driving strategy and delivering a vibrant online marketplace where collectors and Artsy partners connect and transact. Sam started his career as an engineer and creative data scientist with a masters in financial engineering from Columbia and a masters in applied mathematics from Ecole Centrale Paris. Before joining Artsy, he was an Engineering Manager at Instagram and Director of Engineering at Spotify.

Robert Rosenzweig, Vice President, Cyber Risk Practice Leader at DeWitt Stern

Robert H. Rosenzweig, RPLU, is a Senior Vice President and the National Cyber Risk Practice Leader at Risk Strategies. In this role Rob oversees all of the firm’s cyber professionals and works directly with the firm’s clients and prospects on creating comprehensive and customized coverage for their data security, privacy, and errors & omissions exposures. Rob is also responsible for coordinating the firm’s overall cyber strategy nationally. A published writer and frequent interview subject on cyber liability topics, he also has participated on panels and led seminars on a variety of related topics. Rob currently holds the Cyber COPE Insurance Certification from Chubb & Carnegie Mellon University and a designation as a Registered Professional Liability Underwriter. Rob received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government & Economics from Hamilton College.

Christopher Wise, Vice President at DeWitt Stern

Christopher Wise has 20 years’ experience working in the art world. As Vice President, Chris is responsible for expanding DeWitt Stern’s practice with a broad section of clients including galleries, museums, artists, foundations, and collectors. He has experience with layered fine art placements in excess of $500 million, construction, real estate, commercial auto, and general liability. Chris is also experienced with personal lines and life and health insurance.

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