Cyber Insurance, Where Do I Start?

Relationship-driven fundraising

Why Nonprofit Data Requires Cyber Insurance

with Nathan Waddell

Donors and individuals receiving services and employee data all contain information that could prove devastating if stolen. Should your organization be locked out of your data in a ransomware attack, it could be paralyzing and very costly. In this webinar, Nathan Waddell of Lockton Kansas City’s Cyber Technology Practice will share, in layman terms, what a cyber-insurance policy will do for your organization in the event of a loss or ransomware attack.

Join us live on September 22nd, 2021 at 10:00 AM CT or, register and get the recording on-demand.

We all know that when we have facilities, employees and programs, we need Property & Casualty insurance to protect the important work our organization does. We probably also know, at some level, that we should have a Cyber Policy as well.  We all collect, maintain, use and need data in so many facets of our work.  Donors, individuals receiving services and employee data all contain information that could prove devastating if stolen.  Should your organization be locked out of your data in a ransomware attack, it could be paralyzing and very costly. Learn about preparation and protection from industry experts.

In this webinar, Nathan Waddell of Lockton Kansas City’s Cyber Technology Practice will share, in layman terms, what a cyber-insurance policy will do for your organization in the event of a loss or ransomware attack.

Dan Delzell, CIO, and Art Provost, Assistant Vice President Security Services, at Filament Essential Services will help you to know what an insurance carrier will want for loss avoidance measures and how to meet the expectations in the most cost-efficient manner. 

After this webinar, you should be able to plan for and put into place policies and practices to stay safe and protect your mission-critical systems.

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