Existing insurance policies do not account for web-based
and other technology related liabilities. McAfee Security won't ensure
you against a massive claim in case of a breach.
The cost of a breach is higher than you think.
A 2012 data breach insurance claims study done by Net
Diligence found that the average cost of legal defense for a data
breach was $582,000, and the average cost of a settlement was more than
What could possibly go wrong?
A few things ... like virus attacks, hacks, physical
damage or interruption to servers, rogue laptops, natural disasters and
other systems failures.
Know the ways you're at risk.
New economy, new exposures. The risks differ from business
to business but include things like data theft, intellectual property
liability claims, employee misconduct and many other things.
Know how to mitigate your risk.
You need a data security policy, data encryption and
employee training - but you also need to transfer liability to a
third-party underwriter. That means an insurance policy crafted to
cover all your specific cyber liabilities.
And, just to lighten things up a bit:
Find out who the next president will be.
The model used by Frank Mackaman of The Dirksen Center has
correctly predicted the popular vote outcome of every presidential
election since 1860. Come hear Frank Mackaman's prediction.
10-10:15 a.m.: Opening
statements from Bill Shock, Executive Vice President, Unland Companies
10:15-11:45 a.m.: Warren Poetzing,
Professional Lines Underwriter at USLI, and Bill Martin,
President/Professional Underwriter of Gateway Underwriting Agency, will
discuss "Painting the Risk," going over the various cyber
risks as they relate to those involved in education, banking, retail,
manufacturing and other organizations, and the cyber insurance
solutions that allow businesses to transfer their risks.
11:45-12:45 p.m.: Frank Mackaman of
The Dirksen Congressional Center will present "The 2016 Election"
and share how
the model he uses to make his predictions works. Lunch and refreshments
sponsored by Gateway Underwriting Agency and CIAN.
12:45-1:45 p.m.: Erik English of
CIAN will introduce Cody Kretsinger, a professional hacker from CIAN.
Cody will cover the basics of what happens during a network penetration
test. He will also be available for a short question and answer
session. A penetration test is designed to illustrate an organization's
vulnerabilities and how to apply patches and fixes to white, red and
black security breach mechanisms.
1:45-2:15 p.m.: Bill Shock of The Unland Companies
will make some final remarks, introduce ID Restoration Pro, and
distribute some "happy to see you" gifts.
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