The True Cost of Being Hacked
Learn the importance of cyber security and steps to reduce risk and understand where cyber insurance fits in. This webinar will focus on:
•Cyber Insurance Marketplace
•Cyber Insurance Trends – Why we are seeing the increases
•Best Practices for your network and what to do to protect yourself
•Future is here, and what the outcome will be for your company
•New Terms you’ll need to know and understand your exposures
Paul Caron, Senior Director, Incident Response
Paul is a senior director, incident response at Arete, focused on assisting clients throughout digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) engagements, most commonly in the form of complex ransomware attacks and business email compromise. As a cyber professional, he has extensive experience responding to these incidents, supporting organizations across multiple sectors, and coaching executives on cybersecurity risk management trends. Prior to joining Arete, Paul was a manager at Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), where he led cybersecurity strategy and transformation projects across a portfolio of Fortune 100 clients. Paul served for 15 years in the U.S. Army, serving in various leadership and operational roles within the Special Operations, Intelligence Community and NATO. He is co-author of, “Security Supervision and Management – Fourth Edition: The Theory of Asset Protection,” and is an Advisory Board member for the University of South Florida Cybersecurity for Executives program. Paul holds an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Norwich University.
He is a national cyber liability specialist. He has worked with numerous organizations, and associations to help create unique offerings to their members working with domestic and international insurance carriers, brokers, and reinsurers. He has also worked closely with large private organizations to help create cyber programs and best practices for the betterment of their security.
Adam graduated from Bradley University with a degree in Finance in 2006, and started at RPS Executive Lines. The joined RPS, and focused on D&O, EPL, and E&O. In 2010 he began working with Aon Chicago as an Assistant Vice President in the Management Liability division. In 2013 he rejoined RPS Executive Lines in Chicago to focus on Professional, Executive and Cyber Liability. He has helped grow the national presence of RPS in the Cyber liability field.