Cybersecurity Threats – Understanding the Risks and making a Game Plan
Jan 18, 2022 - 11:30 AM (ET) - Fawcett Center - OSU
Hosted by Central Ohio, Columbus, OH
About this Event
Cyber risk transfer is not a one size fits all approach. The utilization of specific coverage forms, limits, providers, controls, tools, and team members can greatly enhance your position pre and post breach. Cyber Security is not just an IT team issue but a company wide issue that everyone needs to be engaged.
· Understanding current cyber landscape and common threats
· Cyber insurance and what you need to know
· Understanding the necessary controls to reduce risk and begin building a game plan
January 18, 2022
11:30-12:00 Network and lunch
Fawcett Center, OSU
2400 Olentangy River Rd.
Columbus, OH 43210
The presentation will count for 1 CPE Credit
With extensive experience in the insurance industry, Alex is a Cyber Risk Advisor and serves as a resource for all things Cyber, Technology, and Media. Alex engages both clients and colleagues to assist in the placement of coverage, enhancing the understanding of cyber and emerging risk, and pre and post breach readiness through incident response planning. As a Cyber Risk Advisor, Alex takes a hands on approach not only placing coverage with the correct carrier, but making sure our clients know how to utilize the policy, how to prevent incidents, minimize payouts, and execute incident response plans come claim time
Alex currently holds a Life & Health license, P&C license, and a Cyber Risk Manager designation. He is currently a member of PLUS - Professional Liability Underwriting Society.
Mike is a principal in the Cybersecurity practice at Plante Moran. Mike has spent 32 years in information technology, 20 plus of those focused on information security and risk. Mike has hands on experience building, managing and maturing IT, information security, risk, governance, business continuity and privacy programs in his roles as CIO, CTO, and CISO. Mike has also worked with numerous clients across industries such as financial services, insurance, healthcare, pharma, automotive, manufacturing, government, aviation and energy to assess, design, build run and develop risk, IT governance, and information security programs. Mike holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Lawrence Technological University. Mike also holds a patent for developing a new method for determining risk in information systems. Mike is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and trade events and is published regularly in white papers, blogs, news and magazines.