Webinar Package: Cyber Revolution Series
Webinar Package: Cyber Revolution Series
Feb 1 2018 - Dec 31 2018
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Cyber Revolution Webinar Series
This webinar package provides an intro to must-know risks and solutions impacting the insurance industry from cyberspace.
Non-member group rate*: $189
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The Cyber Superstorm: Risk Managing the Mass-Scale Cyber Attack
We will discuss the likelihood and potential timing of a mass-scale cyber attack driven by individuals or state-sponsored. Speakers will elaborate on the potential scale and impact of such an attack, including widespread loss of internet access, compromised water or power supplies, or failed financial systems. The program will describe a risk management approach as well as how public and private entities might prepare for surviving a cyber superstorm attack.
Insurtech Is Here: The Rise of Fintech in Insurance
Insurtech is the rapidly expanding development and application of new technologies and operating models that will fundamentally change current business models, financial models, and/or industry ecosystems. New investments are attracting significant venture capital and spawning new business models that use technologies to change how the industry operates. This webinar provides an update of what is happening in insurtech and shares some practical examples of how the insurance ecosystem is changing.
Data Science, Social Networks & Digital Risk
This session introduces data science, including predictive modeling, for insurance professionals. First, data science and the role of the data scientist are explained and various data sources are introduced, including unstructured text. Then, predictive modeling techniques are summarized along with an example applying classification analysis to claims fraud data. Social networks and social network analysis techniques are explained along with an application to a customer churn model. Finally, digital risk exposures arising from social media and networks, including related security and privacy issues, are summarized.
Scott Stransky is assistant vice president and director of emerging risk modeling in AIR Worldwide's Research and Modeling group. He leads the group responsible for cyber risk modeling, supply chain modeling, and life and health modeling. He leads the team building AIR’s deterministic and probabilistic cyber models, and is a recognized speaker at cyber insurance industry events. Scott earned a B.S. in Mathematics with Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Atmospheric Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Paul Samson is the director of Loss Control Services for Nationwide Insurance. He has spent more than 20 years serving the needs of his middle-market customers within the Property and Casualty and Workers Compensation insurance industry. Paul holds numerous credentials, including the CPCU, ARM, Certified Safety Professional, Certified Fire Protection Specialist, Certified Life Safety Code, Level I Thermographer, Level I Fire Fighter, and Authorized Outreach Trainer, as well as being a licensed claims adjuster and property and casualty broker.
Martha Ducharme is an analytics account manager with Symbility Solutions, where she maintains client-facing interaction, providing business improvement processes, data quality management, and financial impact analysis. Ducharme serves on the CPCU Society Information Technology Interest Group Committee and previously served on the board of the Western Michigan CPCU Society Chapter. She holds the CPCU, ARM, AIM, AIC, AIS and AIT designation.
Michael W. Elliott
Michael W. Elliott is a senior director of Knowledge Resources for The Institutes. He is responsible for providing subject matter expertise on educational content for The Institutes' various products and services as well as increasing the industry's awareness of The Institutes' content through presentations and published articles. Before joining The Institutes, Elliott worked for Marsh & McLennan Companies.
Recorded Webinar Packages
When will I receive the viewing link for the webinars in my package?
You will receive the links to view the webinars in your confirmation email immediately following your purchase.
How can I share these with my colleagues?
If you have registered for the group rate, you will be sent a confirmation email with the links to view the recorded webinars, which you may forward to your colleagues or use to present in a group setting.
How long are CPCU Society webinars?
One hour each, on average.
Will the links to the recordings ever expire?
I am a CPCU Society member. Do I have to register for or purchase recorded webinars?
No! The Knowledge Center is a member-exclusive benefit where you can access all CPCU Society webinars, articles and other education for free. And the best part is, all of the activities you complete in the Knowledge Center are auto-reported for CE for CPCUs credit!
What webinar platform does the CPCU Society use?
The CPCU Society uses Cisco WebEx for all webinar presentations. Please take a moment to ensure your system's compatibility with Webex using the link below. Test WebEx on your computer: http://www.webex.com/test-meeting.html
How do I report my CE for CPCUs credit?
Webinars qualify for 1 hour of CE for CPCUs credit. If you are a CPCU Society member viewing a webinar live or recorded in the Knowledge Center, your credit will be automatically reported. Non-member CPCUs viewing webinars can self-report their activities.
Are CPCU Society webinars approved for state licensure CE?
At this time no CPCU Society webinars are approved for CE in any state.