New Developments in Cyber Liability - Security & Privacy Exposures
18 King St. E. 16th Floor, Toronto, ON, M5C 1C4
Date and Time: September 17, 2019 1pm - 4:15pm
Are you up-to-date with the
recent changes to Canadian private sector privacy law, including mandatory
privacy breach notification requirements?
It is imperative that insurance
professionals, especially those dealing face to face with customers, understand
the various coverage options available. This 3-hr seminar will provide
guidance to ensure you are properly identifying foreseeable insurable cyber
liability risks in both personal lines and commercial lines.
You will develop an understanding
of the organizational risks and compliance obligations from a first party and
third party perspective.
Identify cyber liability risk exposures in
personal lines and commercial lines from a first party and third party
Understand the structure and policy terms of cyber
Undertake a comparative review of coverage options
to address the emerging mandatory privacy breach notification requirements.
Producers / Customer Sales-Service
Representatives / Brokerage Owners / Managers
CE accreditation: 3 Technical RIBO hours
Mario Fiorino, BA, LL.B,
Senior Counsel, Insurance Bureau of
- Prices below are for IIO Members.
Fees noted below do not include hst.
- Non-members and renewing
members please add the IIO Membership fee
- Sorry, no refunds. Credit notes
issued only with 48 hour written notice.
price of our half day seminars include
breakfast snacks upon
FOR GROUP RATES OF 3
OR MORE, or If you need assistance with registration, email us:
Pricing for this seminar varies based on your membership. Prices exclude tax
IIO Members Early Bird (Deadline: Sept 6)
IIO Graduates Early Bird (Deadline: Sept 6)