Wednesday, March 30, 2016, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. (PT)
Dealey, Renton & Associates, member of The Professional Liability Agents Network (PLAN), is happy to announce an upcoming Webinar that can earn 1.50 AIA/CES learning units for architects and qualified continuing education credits for engineers.
During this presentation, we will discuss the ever evolving world of cyber liability and how it is growing in importance to everyone’s business. Utilizing current events we will discuss how the seemingly low potential for design professionals to fall victim to this type of exposure; is much broader than you may assume. We will cover the proactive approach to education through the utilization of simple tools and protocols by you and your employees and through a live demonstration of the ease in which information can be gathered (live hacking). We will progress to the reactive nature of the insurance marketplace and it’s response to this rapidly emerging risk. We will discuss and share risk management techniques, the principles of a good data breach response plan and business continuity planning, and the true liability that every business across the world is now facing. As cliché as it may sound, it truly is no longer a matter of “if” but “when.”
1. Provide insights into the emerging risk of Cyber Liability and the implications it has on the industry
2. Educate audience members on the importance of internal cyber security policy and the need to educate employees
3. Use current events to illustrate through risk management and the contractual or insurance transfer of risk how firms can proactively protect their balance sheets.
4. Discuss best practices that firms can utilize in their risk management programs.
Our presenter is PLAN member Nick Maletta of the agency Holmes, Murphy & Associates. A graduate of the University of Iowa, Nick is HMA's cyber security practice leader, concentrating on the burgeoning risks associated with cyber activities. Nick will provide insights into today's cyber liabilities and the implications they have on the design industry. He'll examine alternate internal cyber security policies, using current events to illustrate how firms can apply best practices to protect their balance sheets against cyber attack.
CE Credits: 1.50 AIA/CES learning units for architects and qualified continuing education credits for engineers.
COST: $85.00 per computer connection regardless of the number of people participating via each connection
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, March 29.
Registration link & Webinar details online: CLICK HERE
We encourage you to take advantage of this great opportunity to educate your firm on limiting your liability while earning valuable continuing education credits.