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Understanding Cyber Insurance Coverage and Leveraging It - Webinar

  • ID: 4278127
  • Webinar
  • June 2017
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Minutes
  • Online Compliance Panel
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Cyber security is a major risk to any businesses. Threats from thieves and foreign governments or terrorists are constant and ever-evolving. Every day there is a new data breach or threat. In already difficult economic times, managing this risk should be a paramount concern to companies as they strive to remain successful. One way to manage such risk is through insurance.

Cyber insurance is not a replacement for an effective security practice. If anything, when your organization invests in cyber coverage, you may be compelled to step up your game.

Objectives of the Presentation:

- Understand how companies face exposure for data and privacy losses
- Learn the best practices being employed by corporations to protect themselves
- Find out how cyber insurance works and is being used in corporate insurance programs
- Understand insurance coverage issues for losses and how courts are interpreting 'insurance' and 'cyber insurance'

Why Should you Attend?

In this training speaker will discuss what cyber insurance is available on the market, how it works in responding to losses, and how businesses are including such insurance in their overall risk management programs. As courts are currently grappling with insurance coverage for data and privacy losses, the speaker will discuss how courts are interpreting traditional and cyber insurance policies in the face of staggering losses.

If you’d like to positively influence the process while avoiding finger pointing, denied claims, and other gotcha, we encourage you to attend this training to Understand about Cyber Insurance Coverage.

Areas Covered:

- Cyber, privacy, and employee negligence and malfeasance risks companies face
- When and how should you get involved?
- What factors influence underwriting decisions?
- What impact do best practices have on underwriting decisions?
- How can you avoid situations where coverage is denied?
- What role is technology playing in underwriting and ongoing policy maintenance?
- Where coverage may be found in non-cyber insurance policies
- The state of the law and policy form developments regarding coverage under CGL, Crime, E&O, D&O, and Property policies
- Your questions during a live Q&A session
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This session will be most useful for CISOs and InfoSec leaders. It will provide guidance for working effectively with your organization’s legal team, board, C-suite, insurance broker and underwriters and:
  • In-house counsel and risk managers
  • I.T. professionals
  • Insurance brokers
  • Outside private counsel
  • Internal auditors
  • CFOs
  • Controllers
  • Treasurers
  • Accounting staff
  • Presidents
  • Other senior management, attorneys representing insurance companies
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