Cyber Liability New Developments – Security and Privacy Exposures The Anatomy of a Cyber Liability Policy

Date:   November 02, 2022
Time:   10:00 AM (PST)
Venue:   Virtual
Instructor / Presenter:   Mario Fiorino

Description: This program will provide guidance to ensure brokers are properly identifying foreseeable insurable cyber liability risks in both personal lines and commercial lines. In light of recent changes to Canadian private sector privacy law, including mandatory privacy breach notification requirements it is imperative that brokers understand the various coverage options. Brokers will develop an understanding of the organizational risks and compliance obligations from a first party and third party perspective. Participants will:
•Identify cyber liability risk exposures in personal lines and commercial lines from a first party and third party perspective.
•Understand the structure and policy terms of cyber liability coverage.
•Undertake a comparative review of coverage options to address the emerging mandatory privacy breach notification requirements

Who Should Attend: All brokers at all levels

Time: 10AM - 12PM PT

Credits: 2 Technical CE

Price: Members $59 // Non-Members $119 

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