Webinar: Cybersecurity Frameworks and Threats Facing Insurance Companies
Insurance companies face unique financial, operational and compliance challenges due to the increasing sophistication of cyber threats and technology vulnerabilities. Managing cybersecurity risks and getting your arms around disparate regulations is difficult, regardless of your organization’s size and complexity. To stay on top of these risks, we recommend adopting a cybersecurity framework to build a comprehensive cybersecurity program to meet any technology or compliance risk.
On May 15, join Brown Smith Wallace Advisory Manager Bill Gogel for a webinar presentation addressing how insurance companies can benefit from a culture of security, address cyber and compliance risks through a comprehensive framework, and prepare for hacking trends in 2018. During the webinar, Bill will discuss:
- Breach trends and targets
- Ransomware prevention and monitoring
- Compliance requirements and regulations
- Cybersecurity frameworks
This webinar qualifies for 1 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit hour. Register by submitting the form below!
This webinar will focus on cybersecurity for insurance entities that are not regulated by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). To register for our webinar focused on NAIC-regulated entities, click here.
Date: Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM CST
Location: Online, Webinar - powered by GoToWebinar
Host/CPE Sponsor: Brown Smith Wallace LLP – www.bswllc.com
Delivery Method: Group Internet
CPE Credits Earned: 1.0 total credit based on 50-minute hour
Fees/Costs: None – Free to attend
Program Level: Overview - appropriate for all levels at an organization
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Who Should Attend: All levels of experienced professionals
Advanced Preparation: None
Bill Gogel - IT Advisory Manager @ Brown Smith Wallace
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