Career Conversations: Cyber

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Date and Time: October 08, 2019 1 p.m. ET - 2 p.m. ET

WEBINAR  |  BUILDING  |  INTERPERSONAL SKILLS

Protecting our customers against cyber threat  is expected to be a source of job creation and increased specialization in the p & c insurance industry. While the global cyber insurance market is still in its early development, there are several factors that are pointing to a steep growth trajectory including:

  • increased frequency and impact of cybercrime

  • global insurance premiums expected to reach $12 billion by 2020.

The continued expansion of cyber insurance products will have impact on traditional operational roles in risk management and underwriting, but could also see emergence of new roles focused on cyber risk within the industry’s workforce. (Source: A Changing Workforce: Implications of Technological Disruption for the Insurance Industry in Canada, 2018)

Want to know more about what a career focused on cyber insurance can look like?

Join Trevor Buttrum, Manager, Career Connections, as he sits down in conversation with cyber insurance professionals to discuss their:

  • personal career journeys to date

  • knowledge and skills building that set them up for success, and;

  • insights on what professionals need to do to navigate a career path in this specialized area of our industry

This webinar is timely as it coincides with the release of the Institute’s Research Update on Cyber Risks (available October 2019), and Canada’s Cyber Security Awareness Month.

Who should attend this webinar?

This webinar is best suited for early to mid-career professionals who want to better understand specialty lines opportunities, want to hear real career stories to inspire them, and are seeking to maximize their own career potential.

Did you know that protecting consumers against cyber threats is expected to be an important source of job creation in the P&C insurance industry in the coming years? While the global cyber insurance market is still in its infancy, several factors suggest a steep growth trajectory, with cybercrime on the rise, and global insurance premiums expected to reach C$12 billion by 2020.

An expansion in cyber insurance could support jobs ranging from traditional occupations in risk management and underwriting, to non-traditional occupations such as cyber risk specialists.

Panelists:

Angela Feudo, FCIP, CRM
Underwriter, Cyber and Professional Liability
QBE Insurance

Angela joined QBE in 2016 where she is a member to the Professional Indemnity and Cyber Team with a focus in Tech E&O and Cyber. Angela works with large national and multi-national accounts to help ensure their insurance needs are being met. Angela began her insurance career in 2004 where she spent many years underwriting casualty insurance. She later worked at a large global insurer where she was an Underwriting Manager for crisis management where she was able to expand her knowledge into the specialty lines of insurance. She has significant experience with Cyber and Technology E&O risks, as well as extensive knowledge of traditional property and casualty lines of coverage.  

Angela graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with an Honours Bachelor of Business Administration Degree and holds both her FCIP and CRM.

Ruby Rai, CRM, CIPP/C
Assistant Vice President, Cyber and Professional Liability
Financial Lines

Ruby Rai leads the Cyber and Technology risk portfolio for AIG Canada. She actively participates in public forums to promote AIG’s expertise in cyber insurance and guides the team to stay ahead of the evolving cyber risk market.

Ruby has over 12 years of insurance experience which includes being a financial lines broker and spearheading national cyber practice at a tier 1 brokerage in Canada. In her previous role as a broker, she advised clients in assessing their cyber risks and finding the right solutions for cyber risk transfer.

Ruby is a certified Information Privacy Professional and also holds her CRM designation.

Registration deadline:
October 8, 2019

For same-day registrations, please email Kasia Kraszewska at kkraszewska@insuranceinstitute.ca .

Link to webinar: Prior to the webinar, all registrants will receive an email providing a direct link to the webinar via our platform, GoToWebinar. Please test your system in advance of the live webinar by connecting to a test session .

Please note:
- This career-related webinar does not qualify for CE credits
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All registrants will receive a copy of the slides and the recording.
- The Institute reserves the right to cancel this webinar due to unforeseen circumstances.
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If you have any questions about this webinar, please contact Kasia Kraszewska at kkraszewska@insuranceinstitute.ca.

Please contact member services if you require assistance at 1-866-362.8585.

Pricing

Pricing for this seminar varies based on your membership. Prices exclude tax

Fee Description Amount
CIP Society Member $0.00
Non-Graduate $25.00