About the Course
The NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law seeks to establish data security standards for regulators and insurers in order to mitigate the potential damage of a information or data breach.
The NAIC Insurance Data Security Model Law applies to insurers, insurance agents and other entities licensed by the state department of insurance.
This in-person twelve CPE event covers how to approach compliance with the insurance industry regulations. CCS covers the various standard components of an effective cybersecurity program in the insurance industry.
Cybersecurity is perhaps one of the most important topics for the insurance industry today.
Insurers and insurance producers must protect the highly sensitive consumer financial and health information collected as part of the underwriting and claims processes. This personally identifiable information (PII) is entrusted to the insurance industry by the public.
We will provide guidance on having a program that will address the NAIC cybersecurity activities including:
- Principles for Effective Cybersecurity: Insurance Regulatory Guidance,
- NAIC Roadmap for Cybersecurity Consumer Protections,
- Updates to the Financial Condition Examiners Handbook concerning cybersecurity risks and protocols,
- Insurance Data Security Model Law.
The in-person event will include a review of the The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework for improving critical infrastructure cybersecurity. The framework provides a structure of standards, guidelines and practices to aid organizations, regulators and customers with critical infrastructures in effectively managing cyber risks.
This course is designed for professionals experienced in working with internal controls and ERM programs.
The cost of this internal audit training seminar is $1,395.00 for each attendee.
Each attendee will receive 16 Auditing CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.