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E&O Roadmap to Cyber & Privacy Insurance

Loss Control Classroom Seminar Series


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There was a time when a business was more-or-less fully protected if it was covered by property insurance, general liability insurance, auto insurance, and workers compensation insurance. Those days have passed. 

A variety of emerging exposures now require special attention that these traditional policies simply do not adequately address. One of these most significant coverage gaps involves cyber exposures. This course is designed to help insurance agents and brokers prevent E&O claims that result when a client discovers that his or her cyber exposures were not adequately addressed by insurance or other risk management measures.   

This course qualifies agents for their 10% Loss Control credit on their E&O policies.   Filed for 6 hrs. P&C credit.  $165 members/ $185 nonmembers.  


 

April 21, Greenville     RESCHEDULED:  July 28,  GREENVILLE
April 22, Columbia      RESCHEDULED:  July 29,  COLUMBIA 
April 23, Charleston     RESCHEDULED:  July 30,  CHARLESTON

April course registrants will be automatically re-enrolled for the new course dates. If these new dates do not work for you, you may request a refund in writing and cancel your registration for a full refund.


 

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AVAILABLE THROUGH ABEN WEBCASTS

E&O RISK MANAGEMENT: MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF CHANGE

Our seminar looks at E&O risk management from the agency perspective. It addresses the fundamentals of reducing the E&O exposures of todays ever-changing agency operations, including: 

  • Understanding duties owed to both carriers and customers,
  • Reviewing the most frequent E&O claims using real-life examples,
  • Agency defenses such as documentation, disclaimers and consistent procedures,
  • Exploring exposures within the agencys daily operations.

 
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This course qualifies agents for their 10% Loss Control credit on their E&O policies.   (3 hrs. P&C credit, 3 hrs. Ethics credit)