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XCH682020CS3 - Cybersecurity Trends in Insurance


Jun 8, 2020 2:15pm ‐ Jun 8, 2020 2:45pm



Credits: None available.

Description

Organizations, especially insurance companies, are constantly trying to stay ahead of the current technology trends and cybersecurity threats. Cybersecurity control environments can be strengthened and objectively monitored.? Management should play a key role in oversight and development of controls & preparing for, monitoring, and obtaining independent reviews of their existing control environments for cybersecurity threats. In addition, they can help provide effective communication to audit committees and boards.??This interactive session will provide insight into how management can contribute in strengthening cybersecurity controls.
Field of Study: Information Technology
Delivery Method: QAS-Self Study
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None
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Learning Objectives:
  • Hear about current technology trends and cybersecurity threats
  • Identify high-risk cybersecurity areas for insurance companies to focus on
  • Obtaining independent reviews and communication to executives regarding cybersecurity risk

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Credits

  • 0.50 - Information Technology

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