2020 PLUS Cyber University

Join us for this virtual university series


 Start Date - End Date

April 28, 2020 - April 30, 2020

Registration Deadline

Monday, April 27, 2020



2020 PLUS Cyber University
A virtual university series


This virtual university series is designed as an entry-level program for those new to the market or for industry veterans who just do a bit of cyber business.

Build the knowledge base necessary to understand coverage dynamics and market forces that shape this sector of the industry by attending this 6-session series!

When
Tuesday, April 28th | 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Wednesday, April 29th | 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Thursday, April 30th | 11:00 am - 1:30 pm
All sessions will take place in Central Time

Registration
$299 for members | $459 for non-members

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Can't attend all the sessions live?
We have got you covered! All sessions will be recorded and available as on-demand recordings for registrants. Note that only the live sessions are eligible for CE credit.

Earn CE right at your desk!
PLUS has applied for CE credit in select states. Click here to see a list of the states PLUS has applied in and the status; if a state is listed but doesn't have credit information, PLUS is awaiting approval).

CE Procedures
PLUS staff will track attendance throughout the sessions. In order to obtain CE/CLE credit for this event, you must be registered for the event, attend each session in full, document the attendance codes for each session, and complete a request form.

Registration Notes
Within 24 hours of registering, you'll receive an email from GoToWebinar with your webinar login details. If you don't receive this email by the morning of the first session, please contact us.


Registration Fees

Price Description Amount
Non-Member Registration $459.00
Member Registration $299.00

Available Functions

Tuesday - April 28
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
  Privacy and Cybersecurity Factual and Legal Foundations
Privacy and cybersecurity issues dominate headlines, consume significant resources, prompt considerable legal attention, and affect the global insurance marketplace. This session will explore privacy and cybersecurity concepts and provide an overview of applicable laws and regulations.
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
  Non-Cyber Lines of Coverage, Evolution of Cyber Coverage and Interplay Among Lines
Learn about coverage for privacy and cyber risks under various traditional policies and the evolution of so-called “cyber” coverages, highlighting the types of provisions offered for first- and third-party coverage. We will then consider how a single loss may implicate different lines of coverage.
Wednesday - April 29
11:30 am - 12:00 pm
  Debunking Myths about Cyber Insurance
This session will discuss many of the misperceptions about cyber insurance that contribute to what are still relatively low adoption rates in certain industries. We will explore some of these myths as well as counter-arguments to utilize when making the business case for entities adding cyber insurance to their risk management portfolios.
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
  Underwriting, Breach Response, 1st Party Incidents, 3rd Party Claims and Emerging Coverages
This session will provide a broad overview of the state of the market, basic and evolving coverages, and claims. Learn the background basics of these points as well as emerging issues and products in this evolving marketplace.
Thursday - April 30
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
  Risk Management and How Business Leaders Prepare and Respond
Cyber, Privacy and security risks are not just a task for the IT department to tackle. These are enterprise risks and require a task force within an organization. In this session we will hear from a risk manager and a Chief Information Security Officer on how they manage these risks, communicate and plan.
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
  Breach Scenario: Surviving a Cybersecurity Incident
This session will walk through a hypothetical breach scenario and focus on the challenges of identifying a breach, the discovery process, the role of the crisis response team, critical steps, the resolution of the breach, and what type of follow up is necessary.

Speakers

NameOrganizationSpeaking At
Aaron Aanenson (PANELIST) S-RM  Risk Management and How Business Leaders Prepare and Respond
Bill Hardin (PANELIST) Charles River Associates  Privacy and Cybersecurity Factual and Legal Foundations
Chris Salsberry (PANELIST) Tracepoint  Breach Scenario: Surviving a Cybersecurity Incident
Christine Flammer (PANELIST) AXA XL  Underwriting, Breach Response, 1st Party Incidents, 3rd Party Claims and Emerging Coverages
Elissa Doroff (MODERATOR) Lockton  Underwriting, Breach Response, 1st Party Incidents, 3rd Party Claims and Emerging Coverages
John Black (MODERATOR) Skarzynski Marick & Black LLP  Non-Cyber Lines of Coverage, Evolution of Cyber Coverage and Interplay Among Lines
Karen Gordon (MODERATOR) American Bible Society  Risk Management and How Business Leaders Prepare and Respond
Karen Gordon (MODERATOR) American Bible Society  Breach Scenario: Surviving a Cybersecurity Incident
Kelly Dworniczek (PANELIST) AXIS Insurance  Non-Cyber Lines of Coverage, Evolution of Cyber Coverage and Interplay Among Lines
Mark Greisiger (PANELIST) NetDiligence  Risk Management and How Business Leaders Prepare and Respond
Molly McGinnis Stine (MODERATOR) Locke Lord LLP  Privacy and Cybersecurity Factual and Legal Foundations
Robert DiRico (PANELIST) ARC Excess & Surplus, LLC  Risk Management and How Business Leaders Prepare and Respond
Ryan Loughlin Mullen Coughlin, LLC  Breach Scenario: Surviving a Cybersecurity Incident
Steve Robinson (MODERATOR) Risk Placement Services  Debunking Myths about Cyber Insurance

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