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The Business of Hacking 2022

The Business of Hacking 2022

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Cybercrime is big business. Hackers aren't just trying to get into the government's networks or the big box retailers anymore. They're going after anyone that has a vulnerability and most businesses (and individuals) have vulnerabilities. Join us as Michael Armstrong brings an underwriter's perspective to this topic.


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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats On-Demand
Instructor Michael ArmstrongMichael Armstrong

Cyber threats continue to be an everchanging risk affecting organizations across all industries. Cyber is a line of insurance that has been around for decades, yet many businesses still do not fully understand their exposure due to common misconceptions. This session will break down the top cyber claims, breakdown how commercialized the hacking industry has gotten, and review real claims examples, while demonstrating key coverages and coverage gaps to avoid when selling a cyber policy. Due to COVID‐19, cyber claims are on the rise as hackers are taking full advantage of the population working remotely.

By the end of this session, you should be able to:

  • Discuss current hacking trends
  • Detail cyber security best practices
  • Explain cyber exposures
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