Join me for ACI’s 7th Cyber & Data Risk Insurance Conference!
Are you looking for a conference discussing insurance coverage for cyber and data risk issues, “that provides the highest level insights on advancements in technology, products, pricing, coverage options, prevention strategies and more”? And do you want a conference that gives you the chance to earn CLE credit while hearing from “enforcement and regulatory initiatives straight from the federal and state agencies“? Of course you do. Then you should join me for the American Conference Institute 7th Cyber & Data Risk Insurance conference.
Here are some introductory details:
Monday, September 30 to Tuesday, October 01, 2013In response to new risks and exposures, American Conference Institute has developed the 7th installment of its lauded Cyber & Data Risk Insurance conference. A September tradition in NYC, join us to hear from a highly regarded faculty including the FTC, DOJ, SEC, FDIC, various state AG offices, as well as the industry’s leaders from around the country. Each year the event has grown in scope and size and this year the agenda is brimming with cutting edge topics and new additions to the faculty. This is the “go to” event where you can learn about advancements in technology, products, pricing, coverage options, prevention strategies and more.
Hear and network with the industry leaders about the right coverage options for your company and how you can protect data from financial and reputational loss. Compare products, and learn about pricing policies and new exposures to risk in this ever growing industry. Whether you are an insurance agent, broker, risk adjuster, claims manager, and/or counsel you will walk away from the conference with invaluable information that you can use in your practice right away.
My panel will be:
September 30, 2013, 9:35 am Eastern
State of the Market: New Exposures, Coverage Options, Claim Trends and Risk Evaluation, Pricing and Selling, and What Policyholders Should Now Be Looking for in a Policy
Allied World National Assurance Company
Scott N. Godes
Barnes & Thornburg LLP
Vice President – Senior Advisory Specialist
Zurich North America, Specialty E&O
Financial Services Group | Professional Risk Solutions
Chief Sales Officer, SVP-Professional Liability
Program Brokerage Corp.
New Exposures & Coverage Options
- How has the market evolved and how have forms changed in the last 12 months?
- Where will the coverage head in the next 12 months and what are the most significant issues that need to be addressed?
- Network security and privacy policies: how they are changing and what are the different carrier approaches
Insurance and Policy Forms
- Examining the issue of lack of uniform forms
- How more forms are offering built in media liability exposure What Policyholders Are and Should be Looking For in a Cyber Policy
- What liability and fi rst-party coverages are desirable?
- Identifying and understanding pitfalls in coverage
- Reasons companies have or have not bought coverage
- How standards are evolving in response to new technology threats
- Consumer redress: when is it covered and when not?
- Filling in the coverage gap: Understanding the disconnect in what is purchased and what is actually covered
Key Considerations for Cyber Liability Coverage
- Understanding of the products and their variety in the market
- What is the effect of expanded risk on insurance coverage?
- Evaluating risk and how the clients wants to proceed
- Clarifying confusion as to whether a cyber liability product should be stand alone or better built as an existing product or endorsement
Pricing, Selling and Marketing Cyber Risk Policies
- Pricing of network security and privacy policies
- Examining the competitive marketplace and how various types of coverage are formulated and priced
- Where do brokers see the coverage going and what are the most significant issues that need to be addressed?
- Tailoring the product to accommodate a buyer’s needs: privacy issues; media exposures; cyber crime; security breaches
- Marketing and selling coverage
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Note: as a speaker at the conference, I will not be charged a fee to attend the remainder of the conference.