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WEBINAR | BUILDING | TECHNICAL
Cyber is imperative in the Canadian
marketplace. However, the number of Canadian business impacted by cyber security
incidents has been increasing in these years. What types of threats are out
there? Who is at risk? And how can your clients protect themselves?
In this webinar, our speaker will examine
some of the insurance coverages available, including business interruption and
liability, focusing on small to mid-sized commercial enterprises. We will also
look at cyber awareness, cyber 'hygiene,' and some resources for further
• Explore current cyber
news in Canada, regarding cyber crime and cyber security topics.
types of cyber attacks and threats, cyber hygiene and cyber education.
Explore various Commercial Cyber Insurance, including Continuing evolution,
Cyber Risks and SMEs and available coverages.
• Provide cyber resources
for brokers and their clients.
Anita Bailey, CIP, BA (Hons)
Business Development Representative
Anita Bailey has been in the insurance industry for over 12 years. She
started in the clerical department with a major insurer before moving to
Accident Benefits claims and later Commercial Auto underwriting. She has been in
her current role as Business Development Representative for HSB Canada for two
and a half years. When she’s not discussing Equipment Breakdown, Anita is a
symphony violinist, a competitive dragon boater, and an amateur boxer.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2023
Presentation: 2:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. Atlantic time
Credits: 2 CE Hours (#40838). Manitoba
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