The Social Engineering Cyber Exposure

From the 2015 PLUS Professional Risk Symposium session “Bitcoins, Phishing…When is Cyber Crime ‘Just’ a Crime?” Scott L. Schmookler, Esq. (Gordon & Rees) and Steven Balmer (Travelers Bond & Specialty Insurance) discuss the issue of social engineering as a cyber liability exposure, how it is being addressed by underwriters, and how this growing exposure has changed the way policies work.

For the very latest on privacy and data security issues join PLUS and hundreds of your insurance industry colleagues for the 2015 Cyber Liability Symposium on September 17 in Chicago. Sessions for this industry-leading event include:

  • How to Sell Cyber Insurance to Different Industries
  • Let’s Debate! Cyber Hot Topics (where attendees help pick the debate topics)
  • Preparing for Cyber Armageddon (luncheon keynote by Rod Beckstrom)
  • Emerging Cyber Risks: Terrorism, Crime & Ransomware
  • Pre-Breach Risk Management & Vendor Management Issues
  • Internet of Things: Boundless Exposures & Privacy Issues

Rates increase next week, so register now and save $125!

PLUS members can view this entire Conference session in the PLUS Multimedia Library.

Taking A Proactive Approach to Cyber Security

From the 2015 PLUS Professional Risk Symposium session “The Wild, Wild Future: Privacy & Data Security Exposures,” moderator Regan Miller, RPLU (Wortham Insurance & Risk Management) and panelists Bryan F. Thornton (NetReactions), Thomas Kang (The Hartford) and Kirk J. Nahra, Esq. (Wiley Rein) discuss the importance of being proactive in address cyber exposures and involves more than the I.T. department.

For the very latest on privacy and data security issues join PLUS and hundreds of your insurance industry colleagues for the 2015 Cyber Liability Symposium on September 17 in Chicago. Rates increase next week, so register now and save $125!

PLUS members can view this entire Conference session in the PLUS Multimedia Library.

Technology in Healthcare: Risks Abound

From the 2015 PLUS Medical PL Symposium session “Technology in Healthcare: EHRs & PHI,” moderator Patricia Marzella-Graubert (Swiss Re American Holdings Corporation) and panelist Alexander Grijalva (New York Presbyterian Hospital) discuss the many risks facing modern healthcare institutions and how advancing technology is making those risks harder to manage.

Part of the issue, as highlighted by Mr. Grijalva:

“One medical record could go through about 1,000 systems to create one central record”

For much more on technology related risks, including a session titled “Pre-Breach Risk Management & Vendor Management Issues,” don’t miss the 2015 PLUS Cyber Liability Symposium on September 17 in Chicago.

PLUS members can view this entire Conference session in the PLUS Multimedia Library.