RIMS Cyber Insurance Session Tuesday 9-11 AM – Cyber 3.0: Cutting-Edge Advancements in Insurance Coverage for Cyber Risk and Reality

I’ll be on the panel at this Innovative Level session on advanced Cyber insurance, addressing our vision of what Cyber needs to be, both for the benefit of insureds and of insurers. If you are attending, please feel free to come up to the podium after the session to say ‘hi’.
Here is the session description:

Category: Insurance and Contract Management
Level: Innovative
Date: Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Time: 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Room: 607

Cyber attacks are on the rise with unprecedented frequency, sophistication and scale. They are pervasive across industries and borders. Network security alone cannot fully address the issue-no security system is impenetrable. Every organization is at cyber risk, but not all understand the vital role that insurance can play. Some mistakenly assume that cyber insurance is primarily for financial, health care or retail institutions. Yet, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission advises that all disclosures should include a description of “relevant insurance coverage” for cyber risk. This session is hosted by RIMS Pittsburgh Chapter.
Learning Objective:

Explore the newest cyber insurance products.

Assemble a best practices checklist to facilitate successful placement.
Know how to enhance off-the-shelf insurance forms through negotiation.

Panel:

Ellen Holland, Chief Risk Officer, Oregon University System
Coordinator
Roberta Anderson, Partner, K&L GATES LLP
Speakers
Roberta Anderson, Partner, K&L GATES LLP
Richard Betterley, President, Betterley Risk Consultants, Inc.
Mark Camillo, Head of Network Security & Privacy Products, Americas, AIG
Risk Manager
Debra Samuel, Manager, Insurance Risk Management, Alcoa Inc.

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One response to “RIMS Cyber Insurance Session Tuesday 9-11 AM – Cyber 3.0: Cutting-Edge Advancements in Insurance Coverage for Cyber Risk and Reality

  1. Rick – I would have looked forward to meeting you. I will be at RIMS, however, in client meetings and not attending RIMS sessions. In the world of cutting edge coverage advancements, I just read that AIG now includes Bodily Injury and Property Damage in the cyber coverage for commercial accounts.

    Have a great session.

    Steve

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