Managing Cyber Exposure: 2020 and Beyond – Part 11 min read

Managing Cyber Exposures

Cyber extortion is growing. Risk Management professionals are dealing with the issues of unintentional disclosure of data, damaged and stolen data, data restoration, and malicious breaches. We are also witnessing more unauthorized data collections of intellectual property which cause significant losses that are typically not covered under cyber policies.

In addition, we are aware that devices are constantly fighting phishing, spoofing, farming, and smishing attempts. We must also account for vendor errors as well as the technology errors and omissions claims that come with them. Not to mention losses caused by business interruption, extra expenses, and expediting expense exposures. As the world of cloud computing continues to explode and data remains at risk, what are we to do in response to these evolving exposures?

On this episode of Nat Alliance NOW, Host and Director of Faculty Development, Jay Williams, CIC, CRM, CRIS, MLIS, AIP, AAI, ACSR, interviews Paul Burkett, J.D., CIC, CRM, CPCU, ARM, ALCM, on what industry professionals can do to protect their clients from cyber threats. 

About our Guest: Paul Burkett, J.D., CIC, CRM, CPCU, ARM, ALCM 

Paul Burkett is the President and CEO of Snoaspen Insurance group, specializing in risk management consulting, insurance education, and expert witness services. Paul is a National Faculty member for TNA, teaching Institutes, RGS, and PROFocus series classes online and across the country.  He has also served on the Board of Governors of the SCIC. Paul has a JD from Concord School of Law and an undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota.  He also completed graduate work at the University of Oklahoma.  In addition to his CIC and CRM designations, Paul also has his CPCU, ARM, and ALCM designations.

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