OCTOBER IS CYBER MONTH AT PLRB

PLRB is proud to launch the new Cyber Claims Webinar Series this October. Each week, experts in the cyber and claims industries will present the latest information on critical aspects of cyber claims handling. Whether you are a cyber claims specialist or simply want to learn more about this emerging area of insurance, this interactive series will provide you with valuable information and practical strategies.

All webinars will be recorded. Registration is complimentary for Members and Affiliates of PLRB. While there is no CE credit for these webinars, we believe the educational value is well worth the commitment.

Don't wait- the next cyber attack may be just around the corner. Click on each title below for more information and to register now for one or more webinars in this series. Attend all five webinars for the best overview of this critical claim topic!

Note: Registration for one webinar does not provide access to all webinars in this series. You must register for each webinar individually.

The Impact of First-Party Cyber Losses: Ghosts in the Machine - RECORDING

Joseph F. Bermudez, Esq. / Stewart Smith Law
Shehla Qureshi / Allianz
Erin Strub, RPLU / Ironshore Insurance Services LLC

  • Trace the evolution of cyber threats all the way to new and emerging issues including social engineering attacks
  • Analyze the current cyber threat environment- the actors, assets, and impacts of cyber attacks
  • Illustrate the anatomy of a cyber claim, including first-party exposures and policy provisions

Headlines! – When Cyber Attacks Impact Customer (Third-Party) Relationships - RECORDING

Joseph F. Bermudez, Esq. / Stewart Smith Law
Joe Niemczyk / Markel Service, Incorporated
Valerie A. Surprenant / The Hartford

  • Identify the exposures and coverage considerations impacting third-party cyber claims
  • Examine policy provisions in detail and determine applicable cyber coverage
  • Review recent coverage decisions and consider their implications on future policies and claims

Loss Investigation - Lifting the Lid on Cyber Claims -  RECORDING

John Turner / McLarens
Matt Scott / Envista Forensics

  • Follow cyber loss investigations chronologically to gain valuable insight on priorities and procedures that are often involved in these types of claims
  • Describe methods for determining the cause and origin of cyber attacks
  • Develop crisis response techniques, including assembling the appropriate response teams, gathering and retaining evidence, preventing further damage, and fulfilling notification obligations

Measuring, Quantifying, and Resolving Cyber Losses - Recording Coming Soon

Simon P. Oddy, FCA, CFE, MCIArb / RGL Forensics
Ann Carvalho / McLarens

  • Evaluate the cyber loss environment and the changing nature of attacks
  • Describe the damages analysis process, including collecting data and setting expectations, for the successful resolution of a claim
  • Understand the complexities of measuring cyber losses, including business income loss, the loss period and extended loss of sales, business interruption, and challenges in claim review

November 1 @ 11am CT

Cyber Claim Scenarios

Jonathan L. Schwartz, Esq. / Goldberg Segalla
Richard Savage / Rockville Risk Management

  • Apply what you have learned throughout the series by reviewing real-life cyber claim case studies involving first- and third-party policy considerations
  • Examine a variety of small to large cyber claims of various complexities from start to finish
  • Evaluate policy provisions and their impact on claim scenarios