Regulatory Considerations for Cybersecurity: How to Prepare for the Cybersecurity Section of a Regulatory Exam
Who Should Attend:
Board and Audit Committee Members
Cybersecurity risk has become an important consideration in the risk profile of a company. Frequent front-page news articles highlight external attacks or attempts to access company systems and data. The need for a robust cybersecurity program is a critical and required mitigation strategy for insurance companies of all sizes.
This session addresses the current cybersecurity risk environment, including trends, recent regulations, other regulatory activities, and steps to support compliance. Presenters will discuss recent regulatory developments including the NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law, states that have enacted Cybersecurity Regulations, and other state activities. It will also cover expectations of the state examiners when conducting a financial examination or cybersecurity review.
- Review recent Cybersecurity regulatory developments, including the NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law, State Insurance Departments’ Cybersecurity Regulations, and other state activities.
- Summarize expectations of the IT examiners when conducting a financial examination and IT review.
- Understand the company’s perspective of the IT examination process and support of the development, commitment, and challenges encountered to operate a cybersecurity program.
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Refund Policy: No refunds will be issued as this course is complimentary.
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