MLIS: Cyber & Privacy Liability Exposures
This is an IRMI Program presented by MAIA.
Virtually no organizations are immune to the risks associated with the Internet and electronic commerce. Nearly all businesses—regardless of industry or size—now, at a minimum, have access to the Internet, operate an internal e-mail system, and maintain their own websites. In addition, a vast amount of businesses are also in a position to solicit and process orders for their products using “e-commerce.” These diverse types of cyber-space activities give rise to a variety of liability and property loss exposures, along with the need for insurance policies that cover these exposures
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
- recognize the 10 key areas of confusion inherent in cyber and privacy coverage, beginning with the fact that it is referred to under different names by different insurers
- list and describe the three major types of third-party liability losses and the eight major types of first-party property losses that result from cyber and online activities loss
- identify various loss control measures that can be applied to eliminate, or at least reduce, the extent to which a business can be financially impacted by these loss exposures
- identify the most important exclusions found within cyber and privacy forms, explain how different insurers’ versions of these same exclusions vary, and understand how such differences impact the scope of coverage the policies provide
CLASS TIME Sign-in begins 30 minutes prior to the class start time.
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
GL NUMBER: 220328
PRICE: Members: $195 / Non-Members: $295
STATE COURSE NUMBER: 21878
Your link for the webinar will be emailed to you 1-2 weeks prior to the class. Reminders will also be sent 24 hours and 1 hour prior to the class.