Is Your Nonprofit's Insurance Policy Really Protecting You From Cyber Losses?

DATE: Wednesday, September 12, 2018

TIME: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

VENUE: National Association of Homebuilders, 1201 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC

ORGANIZER: Nonprofit Finance & Accounting Summit

 A case study on how one nonprofit survived a cyber-attack and got coverage for its claim.

Someone on staff at your nonprofit falls victim to cyber fraud resulting in substantial financial losses for your organization. You did everything right, obviously your insurance policy protects you, right? WRONG. That’s what happened to one nonprofit… find out how they prevailed and secured their claim. Following the trend of recent years, 2018 is brining more cyber-attacks than ever. Brace yourself for imaginative variations of established scams, new forms of online theft, threats against physical infrastructure and increased foreign infiltration of U.S. systems. Add to that the evolving complexities around cyber insurance policies and it’s clear this is a must attend session for every nonprofit finance professional. Join this panel of legal experts and the chief compliance officer from international nonprofit, Save the Children, to find out how to evaluate your nonprofit’s cyber insurance policy to make sure you’re protected.

Attendees will walk away with:

•  an overview of cyber attack vectors

 •  tips for avoiding coverage traps and gaps

 •  guidance for understanding policy terms that have led to litigation

 •  best practices for increasing the chances that your claims will be paid

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