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Cyber Insurance 101

March 1 - August 31

ITC Education Inc. created this course for brokers interested in learning the basics of cyber insurance.

Cyber Insurance 101

About this event

ITC Education Inc. created this course for brokers interested in learning the basics of cyber insurance.

This is an online self study course and open to all of Australia. 

To obtain your CPD points you must sign in and gain 100% completion required, graded final assessment. The final assessment consists of 10 questions. ITC Education Inc. have a requirement of 70% to pass the exam.

On completion ITC Education Inc. will award you 3 CPD points. 

The course starts with a basic high-level overview of two core coverages in a cyber policy: Privacy and Security. Followed by an explanation of the liability exposures these coverages can create for companies.

In the Cyber Policy overview chapter, we provide students with a basic framework to analyze and organize the insuring agreements in a cyber policy. This sets the foundation to then dive into 6 cyber exposures and coverage solutions: privacy, network security, ransomware, business interruption, media liability, and social engineering fraud.

After taking this course, students will be able to:

  • Explain what is covered under a stand-alone cyber policy
  • Explain why and how privacy and security breaches create exposure for companies
  • Explain how vulnerabilities create exposure for companies.
  • Provide a claims scenario for ransomware, a business interruption, and social engineering loss.
  • Conduct a policy comparison of critical differences.

Organiser

ITC Education Inc.
Phone:
+1(604)362-9686
Email:
caroline@insurancetraining.center
Website:
www.insurancetraining.center

Speakers

  • Michelle Boorman

    Co-Founder, ITC Education Inc.

    Michelle has over 5 years of experience in the insurance industry. After completing a BA in Psychology at McGill University, Michelle was recruited into the role of Financial Line’s Underwriter with Chubb Insurance with responsibilities across Western Canada. Michelle focused on underwriting private companies for Management Liability, as well as Cyber, Professional Indemnity and Media Liability. In 2018 she moved to London, England to gain international experience with CFC Underwriting while continuing to focus on the Canadian market, taking on the role of Tech E&O underwriter.

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