23 10, 2019

From Stephanie Lynch: Summary of New Cyber Insurance Study

By |2019-10-23T13:34:45-05:00October 23, 2019|@PLUS, Cyber, PL Insurance|0 Comments

In this post, Stephanie Lynch provides an excellent summary of the recent Guy Carpenter and CyberCube study "Looking Beyond the Clouds," which looks at potential U.S. cyber insurance industry catastrophes and their financial fallout. You can download the study itself at here the Guy Carpenter website. It is crucial that we, as the cyber insurance market, put in the work to understand the characteristics of catastrophic cyber events and the financial impact they could have on our industry. Guy Carpenter and CyberCube Analytics have collaborated on a study to quantify cyber risk, specifically looking at potential U.S. cyber industry catastrophic [...]

17 10, 2019

Southeast Chapter Supports the JCS Café

By |2019-10-16T13:30:39-05:00October 17, 2019|@PLUS, Chapter Charity, Chapters, PLUS Foundation|0 Comments

Last Thursday, October 10, volunteers from the Southeast Chapter headed to the JCS Café, a drop-in center for senior citizens. They helped decorate the Café in preparation for Thanksgiving and Halloween, as well as interviewed regular attendees, baked, and painted. Thank you to the Chapter and the PLUS Foundation for organizing this event and supporting the community! Enjoy the photos and visit the PLUS Foundation website for more information on how you can get involved with Foundation activities and events.  

16 10, 2019

Women’s Leadership Network Inspires in Denver

By |2019-10-16T13:28:24-05:00October 16, 2019|@PLUS, Chapters, PLUS Foundation, Women's Leadership Network|0 Comments

On Thursday, October 3, the Southwest Chapter hosted its Women's Leadership Network Breakfast in Denver. Over 50 people came to hear Janice Sinden, CEO & President of the Denver Center for Performing Arts, speak on leadership, challenges and change. As the first female CEO & President of the DCPA, Ms. Sinden is no stranger to a fast-paced, politically-charged work environment. She spoke on the diversity of her career path and how it allowed her to pursue her personal passions, broadened her cultural experiences, and allowed her to give back to her community through her interest in politics. If you're in the [...]

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