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No matter your location, CyberScout's webinars bring you informative thought-leadership subject matter right to your office. Whether you're interested in specific content for your industry, or looking for informative best-practice advice in the fight against identity theft and breaches, view CyberScout's industry-leading webinars below.


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Worry is a work-killer. New research shows that one in 10 employees lose a full day of work dealing with fallout from stolen credit cards, hacked devices or data breaches. That’s money lost to your clients— and a problem you can help them solve with one easy-to-administer, revenue-boosting benefit.

This 60-minute webinar will give you proven conversation-starters to show clients how adding identity theft protection to their benefits roster keeps employees focused on work while also helping them attract and retain great talent.

Watch and learn:

  • just how worried employees feel about identity theft
  • the bottom line losses in missed work, skipped meetings and blown deadlines
  • why identity theft protection is becoming a must-have benefit
  • what employees value most in identity theft protection

Victoria McCoy, Executive Vice President Chief of Staff, CyberScout
Nick Rockwell, Senior Consultant, Eastbridge Consulting Group (formerly of LifeLock)

Q&A moderated by Paul Wilson, Editor-in-Chief, BenefitsPro Magazine

Register now to learn what the growing cyber insurance industry looks like in different markets around the world. In this complimentary, one-hour webinar from Advisen and CyberScout, insurance and cyber security experts will explore:

  • The value of cyber insurance worldwide
  • Who buys cyber insurance
  • How motivation to buy varies by geography
  • What is driving growth in the cyber market.

Steve Bridges, senior vice president, Cyber/E&O Practice, JLT Specialty USA
Andy Obuchowski, vice president, Charles River Associates
Elaine Perry, chief underwriting officer, BerkleyRe UK
Tom Spier, business development director, CyberScout
Chad Hemenway, moderator and managing editor, Advisen

Connected homes are opening new avenues for hackers and cybercrimes. Unguarded smart TVs, thermostats and even refrigerators can act as gateways to home Wi-Fi networks and personal data. A panel of cyber security and insurance experts will examine the areas that are most vulnerable to cyber intrusion, the possible impacts of malevolent actions and how insurers and their insured's can identify vulnerabilities and mitigate those risks.

Garin Pace, cyber product leader, AIG Property & Casualty
Marie Taylor, product manager director, CyberScout
Marty Frappolli, senior director of knowledge resources, The Institutes
Scott Stransky, assistant vice president and principal scientist, AIR Worldwide
John Weber, moderator, A.M. Best

Organizations of all sizes are transforming their operations with technological advances that bring them and their users cost savings and convenience.

But for these changes to be successful, organizations must place a stronger focus on the user experience, whether those users are customers, employees or policyholders. Users now expect a higher level of privacy and protection of their identities and data, as well as resolution assistance.

In this webinar, learn how changing user expectations demand investments in technology that safeguard customers’ identities and privacy. Implementing these digital protections will help prevent cyber security incidents, as well as lead to:

  • Higher brand loyalty
  • Increased retention
  • Recurring revenue

Derek Brink, Vice President and Research Fellow, Aberdeen Group
Brian Chertok, Executive Vice President, IDT911

The cybersecurity regulatory landscape is evolving, with regulators shifting to pre-breach risk mitigation requirements rather than just post-breach guidance. The effects of these regulations will be felt across the globe and other jurisdictions are likely to adopt similar rules in the future.

In this complimentary, one-hour webinar from Advisen and CyberScout, attendees will learn:

  • What are the main features of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation and the New York Department of Financial Services’ recent cyber regulation for banks and insurers?
  • What is the impact of these cyber regulations on countries across the globe?
  • How can organizations remain competitive amid a backdrop of ever-changing regulatory environment?

Eric Hodge,
Director of Consulting, CyberScout
Melissa Ventrone,Partner/Attorney, Thompson Coburn LLP
David Dickson, Head of Cyber & Technology, Safeonline LLP
Erin Ayers, Editor, Advisen

Financial institutions  doing business in New York must be ready to comply with the new  cybersecurity rules from the state’s financial regulator. The  regulations—the first of their kind—will impose stringent cybersecurity  rules and requirements on banks, credit unions, insurers and others  regulated by the state’s Department of Financial Services. Expect to  prepare for changes in staffing, data protection requirements and  reporting.

Key Takeaways:

  • Who is impacted and how
  • Future implications for financial institutions nationwide
  • Potential stumbling blocks—and how to overcome them
  • Best practices and timeline for compliance
  • How these rules correlate with annual FFIEC reviews and compliance 

Eric Hodge, Director of Consulting, CyberScout

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