NCW: Privacy/Cyber Liability Seminar
April 9, 2015
10:00 AM TO 11:00 AM
Amarillo College Downtown Campus
NCW will be hosting Senior Professional Liability Broker
and Certified Cyber Liability Specialist, Matt Sheehan, for a Privacy/Cyber
Liability Seminar on Thursday, April 9th at 10am at the Amarillo College
Downtown Campus, located at 1314 S. Polk Street. World-wide connectivity makes
it increasingly inevitable that many businesses will have some type of
privacy/cyber liability event occur.
Featured speaker Matt Sheehan, will help area business leaders
understand how to navigate the complexity of privacy/cyber liability exposure
and provide valuable insight about how to mitigate exposures.
Matthew Sheehan has been an award winning Senior
Professional Liability Broker for CRC Insurance Services for the past 9 years
helping businesses navigate professional, executive, and privacy/cyber
liability exposures. Accolades include CRC Co-Professional Broker of the Year
2013, CRC High Flyer Award Winner 2008, 2009, 2010 for 25% year over year
growth, and CRC Eagle Award winner 2011, 2012, 2013 for over $1M in production
Privacy/cyber insurance is a particular passion for
Matthew, as he became CE Certified to teach cyber liability classes in the
State of Texas 8 years ago, long before any interest or volume was created in
insurance for small to middle market businesses. Matthew has developed
privacy/cyber products with Hiscox and QBE from their infancy to the
multi-faceted products that are now offered to the marketplace, and continues
to aid those carriers in product development.
His education at the University of Notre Dame,
participation in the industry renowned General Reinsurance “Jump School” and
Underwriting Training program, and Registered Professional Liability
Underwriter, Management Liability Insurance Specialist, and Chartered Property
Casualty Insurance designations have provided a solid foundation on which to
identify, assess, and address Cyber/Privacy exposures through an insurance
contract with an eye on innovation.
“Every business owner must take the threat of privacy
breaches and cyber security seriously and put in place the necessary safe
guards to protect the data that an operation stores or uses.” – Kimberly
Dryden, Partner and Risk Manager NCW Insurance.
Who should attend:
- Manufacturing, services and technology: Intellectual
property is one of the most valuable business assets. Lose it and you could
lose that secret ingredient that sets you apart from your competitors.
- Healthcare Providers and Wellness Program Administrators:
People trust your organization with sensitive information, including personal
health information (PHI).
- Retail, accommodation and food services: Before handing
over personal details during a transaction or when signing up for a loyalty
program, customers want to feel safe. Breaches in retail situations are the
- Financial Services: Your status as a high-value target means that you are likely to attract more directed and tenacious criminal attention.
- Law Firms: Improper document disposal, stolen laptops and tablets, and bypassing of internal security protocols are identified as the three major categories of cyber risk for attorneys.
- Architects: Computer networks are used to keep track of projects, payments and customer information.
- Accountants: Taxpayer records. Imagine the exposure of client files that are backed up on an unencrypted flash drive?
- Employers that keep employees’ personal information such as driver’s license numbers, social security numbers and dates of birth.
- Business owners that maintain financial account records
- Business owners that take payment by credit or debit
Limited reservations available. Free of charge. Please
make your reservation to attend at www.neely.com
or call Elizabeth Carter, 806.376.6301 x222
Posted on March 26, 2015
by Elizabeth Carter