School of Cyber Claims - Level 1
Gain an understanding of the foundations of privacy including information that is protected, the processing of personal data, and information risk management principles that impact organizational risk, lifecycle of privacy data from collection, use, disclosure, and retention to destruction and the risks associated with each phase.
Gain an understanding of the major sources of cyber threats including hacktivism, extortion, and state sponsored political attacks and organizational vulnerabilities.
Learn about the five stages of a data breach and the claims tools that are available to properly handle each stage of a breach.
Gain an understanding of the federal and state regulations that regulate privacy and bring enforcement actions against organizations and substantive theories of liability arising from a data breach including unique standing and discovery issues.
Gain an understanding of the types of insurance policies that can be triggered by a first party and third party claims.
School of Cyber Claims - Level 2
Gain an understanding of the unique exposures that are inherent to each of the following sectors: Professional Services, Financial Services, Health Care and Critical Infrastructure.
Gain an understanding of the various stages of cyber underwriting and claims processing so that insurers foster cooperation between underwriting and claims management to develop best practices.
Gain an understanding of the competing concerns and issues which arise as a cyber breach unfolds and learn about practical tools through an interactive real life cyber event that allow the student to immerse themselves in the various issues and decisions that arise during the life of a breach.
Learn best practices for claims handling challenges associated with insurance gaps, overlap and coordination.
School of Cyber Claims - Level 3
Jeffrey Chen, Swiss Re
Stanley Greenspan, Crum & Forster
Deborah Saunders, Comcast NBCUniversal
Gain an understanding of the methods and motives of threat actors and the tools and processes they use to infiltrate networks and exfiltrate and sell data on the dark web.
Learn about the ever-changing landscape of emerging technologies how each of these technologies may deliver enhanced efficiencies, as well as increased risk, for insurance companies and the overall market.
Gain an in-depth understanding of the soophisticatee challenging cyber coverage issues facing insurance carriers today including Excess Cyber Policies, Business Interruption Coverage and the potential for Aggregation.
Learn tools to critically think through and evaluate different cyber events, including relevant first-party expenses and/or third-party liability exposures including cyber terrorism, phishing, hacking and a DDOS attack.