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IIBC: Demystifying Cyber Liability: Hackers, Ransomware & Social Engineering Fraud (Victoria)


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by Insurance Institute of BC
October 18, 2017
Comfort Inn & Suites, 3020 Blanshard St, Victoria, BC, V8T 5C7


Every day there are headlines in the paper about Cyber-Attacks.  A recent headline read “Equifax breach sends shivers into Canada”.  This recent cyber-attack exposed the personal information of 143 million Americans plus an unspecified number of Canadians.  Attend this seminar to learn about liability exposures for private organizations in Canada.  A live Ransomware demonstration will show how easy it is to infect a business with Ransomware.  Network Test Labs will provide their predictions on what the future could hold concerning cyber-attacks.

Disclaimer:  The live Ransomware demonstration being conducted by Network Test Labs (NTL) is for educational purposes only.  What will be shown in this
presentation if used maliciously is HIGHLY ILLEGAL and can result in fines and/or jail time.  The goal of this presentation is to inform and show the audience
how easy it is to get targeted and infected with Ransomware.  NTL adamantly discourages and condemns the malicious use of any part of the information
shared in this presentation

SEMINAR OBJECTIVES

• Learn the new Canadian breach notification and breach log regulations
• Examine recent precendents for settlement framework and damage calculations
• Review Case Examples and Lessons Learned
• Identify coverage issues relating to Ransomware and Social Engineering Fraud
• Explore Cyber Liability policy from form enhancements and coverage trends
• Experience a live Ransomware attack
• Discuss the history and future of Ransomware
• Address the importance of good cyber security hygiene
• Understand why Cyber Insurance is a good choice

SEMINAR PRESENTERS
Jill Shore, Partner, Dolden Wallace Folick LLP
Sinziana Gutiu, Associate, Dolden Wallace Folick LLP
 
Blake Mitchell, Social engineering expert / Sales Director, Network Test Labs
Vernon D’souza, Senior Security Engineer, Network Test Labs

Time: 1:00 – 4:15pm PST

Number of Continuing Education Credits: 3 Technical 

Seminar Fees (incl GST):
$125 CIP Society Members (Graduate)
$150 IIBC Current Members
$230 Non-Members (includes Membership expiring May 31, 2018)
The price for this half-day seminar includes coffee service and light snack.

Registration Deadline: Friday, October 13, 2017 

If you have any questions please contact Donna Salahor at 250.216.9393.



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