Cyber Insurance for Enrolled Agent
Includes a Live Event on 08/20/2019 at 2:00 PM (EDT)
Cyber Insurance for Enrolled Agents
August 20, 2019
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET
Member: FREE Non-Member: $10
Businesses of every size are increasingly targeted by cyber criminals. A successful cyber-attack can result in the loss of substantial amounts of money, impaired operations, and reputational harm. Dealing with a cyber-attack and the ongoing effects of it can be bewildering to the average business owner or professional.
This webinar discusses the types of losses that a cyber-attack can cause and how to protect your financial assets through insurance should you be attacked. The cyber insurance program provided through NAEA’s partners will be presented along with information on how to access the program.
Insurance coverage and exclusions contained in the insurance policy that is available through the program will be discussed.
Purchasing the insurance coverage available through the program also includes access to services designed to help prevent a cyber loss and to assist with the actions that may be necessary to take should a loss occur.
- Upon completion of this course you should know:
- The risks of cyber-attack to which an enrolled agent is exposed.
- The potential effects of a cyber-attack.
- How to insure against the costs of a cyber-attack.
- Services that are available to prevent and recover from a cyber-attack.
Bob Moody, ARM
Bob Moody, ARM
Risk Management Consultant
Bob has over thirty years of experience in risk management and insurance, primarily as a property and casualty insurance broker. He is a graduate of Park University and holds the Associate in Risk Management designation.
His risk management career began with working in transportation, manufacturing, and risk management services. His twenty-eight years as an insurance broker include employment at Johnson & Higgins, Marsh and Aon. He is now an independent risk management consultant.
His brokerage clients, large and small, included, manufacturing, retail, distribution, pipeline construction, pipeline service, pipeline operation, and publishing, among others.
George brings over 45 years of experience in the insurance industry. George has served a diverse range of clients including oil and gas exploration, drilling, manufacturing, chemical, oil and gas pipeline, aviation and construction. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Heidelberg College and his Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Association in Risk Management (ARM) and Accredited Advisor of Insurance (AAI) designations from the Insurance Institute.
Prior to starting his own consulting business, George served as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Rooney Insurance Agency. Before joining Rooney Insurance Agency, George served as Senior Vice President, Client Manager for Marsh USA and prior to that held the position of Executive Vice President/Branch Manager of Johnson & Higgins and Senior Vice President with Alexander & Alexander, Inc. George began his career with Devco Mutual Insurance Company as a technical representative.
Terry D. Cupp joined The Arrow Group in 2004, and currently the President and sole shareholder of the agency. The Arrow Group is the founding member of Bainswest, which is one of the top 20 agency partnerships in the United States. Prior to joining the agency, he worked with insurance carriers for 10 years in marketing. He appointed and trained agencies throughout the Midwest and Southwest parts of the country. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, with a B.A. in Public Affairs & Administration. He received his Certified Insurance Counselor designation in 2002.