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Corporate Compliance Seminars (CCS) is the source for continuing professional education (CPE) credits concerning internal audit training, external audit training, internal control training, Cybersecurity programs, COSO training, PCAOB audit training and project management training.



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Robert Berry
Tom Derise
Elliot Fisch
Jim George
Dave Kent
Amar Saini
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Don West
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Stanley I. Yaker

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Effective NAIC Cybersecurity Programs - 16 CPEs



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Offered periodically in-person on Thursday-Friday

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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.

Follow the below links for further detail information:
. Seminar Highlights
. Learning Objectives
. Key Issues on the Agenda
. NAIC's 14 Principles of Cybersecurity

This course is designed for professionals experienced in working with internal controls and ERM programs.

The retail cost of this CPE seminar is $1,395.00 for each attendee.

To reserve your space, click here on "SIGN-UP NOW!". You have to complete the registration form and use the corresponding "Submit Registration Form and Move to Payment Options Page" button for filing the registration and moving to the payment page.

Each attendee will receive 16 Auditing CPE Hours (YB). A certificate of completion will be provided.

Program Level of Understanding: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Participants should come with a knowledge of information technology.
Advance Preparation: A number of documents will be provided in advance.
Delivery Format: On-site Training (Group-Live); Seminar (Group-Live)
NASBA Field(s) of Study: Auditing
CPE Credits: 16, based on 50 minutes of instruction per hour

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Upcoming Effective NAIC Cybersecurity Programs In-Person Events

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October
4-8
2021
Reno, Nevada
Thursday-Friday, October 7-8, 2021 Daily 9:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Mountain Time
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Lunch Provided 12:00 to 12:30
December
6-10
2021
Dulles, Virginia
Thursday-Friday, December 9-10, 2021 Daily 9:00 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. Eastern Time
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Lunch Provided 12:00 to 12:30

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Seminar Highlights



We will cover the elements of an effective cybersecurity program:
1. Having a formal, well documented cybersecurity program.
2. Conducting prudent risk assessments.
3. Having a reliable audit of security controls.
4. Having clearly define and assign information security roles and responsibilities.
5. Creating strong access control procedures.
6. Ensuring that any assets or data stored in a cloud or managed by a third party service provider are subject to appropriate security reviews and independent security assessments.
7. Conducting periodic cybersecurity awareness training.
8. Implementing and managing a secure system development life cycle (SDLC) program.
9. Having an effective business resiliency program addressing business continuity, disaster recovery, and incident response.
10. Encrypting sensitive data, stored and in transit.
11. Implementing strong technical controls in accordance with best security practices.
12. Responding properly to any past cybersecurity incidents.


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Event Learning Objectives



Understand how the cybersecurity program must have the capability to prepare for, protect from, and respond to cyber attacks' potential effects;
Learn the overall strategic decisions that need to be made to improve and enhance a cybersecurity program;
Gain knowledge of how information sharing relationships and communications paths are necessary for collecting and disseminating cyber incident situational awareness, response and recovery information; and
Understand that the cybersecurity program will have to embrance a continuous improvement mode of operation.

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Key Issues on the Agenda



Introduction Section 1 The NIST Framework
Section 2 Documenting an effective cybersecurity program
Section 3 Example of Cybersecurity Risk Assessment
Section 4 What is your perimeter?
Section 5 Understanding Your Data
Section 6 Controling Access to the Data
Section 7 Training the People
Section 8 Auditing the data protection
Section 9 Summary and Wrap-Up

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Principles for Effective Cybersecurity: NAIC Insurance Regulatory Guidance

Due to ever-increasing cybersecurity issues, it has become clear that it is vital for state insurance regulators to provide effective cybersecurity guidance regarding the protection of the insurance sector's data security and infrastructure. The insurance industry looks to state insurance regulators to aid in the identification of uniform standards, to promote accountability across the entire insurance sector, and to provide access to essential information. State insurance regulators look to the insurance industry to join forces in identifying risks and offering practical solutions. The guiding principles stated below are intended to establish insurance regulatory guidance that promotes these relationships and protects consumers.



Principle 1:State insurance regulators have a responsibility to ensure that personally identifiable consumer information held by insurers, producers and other regulated entities is protected from cybersecurity risks. Additionally, state insurance regulators should mandate that these entities have systems in place to alert consumers in a timely manner in the event of a cybersecurity breach. State insurance regulators should collaborate with insurers, insurance producers and the federal government to achieve a consistent, coordinated approach.



Principle 2:Confidential and/or personally identifiable consumer information data that is collected, stored and transferred inside or outside of an insurer's, insurance producer's or other regulated entity'snetwork should be appropriately safeguarded.



Principle 3:State insurance regulators have a responsibility to protect information that is collected, stored and transferred inside or outside of an insurance department or at the NAIC. This information includes insurers' or insurance producers' confidential information, as well as personally identifiable consumer information. In the event of a breach, those affected should be alerted in a timely manner.



Principle 4:Cybersecurity regulatory guidance for insurers and insurance producers must be flexible, scalable, practical and consistent with nationally recognized efforts such as those embodied in theNational Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework.



Principle 5:Regulatory guidance must be risk-based and must consider the resources of the insurer or insurance producer, with the caveat that a minimum set of cybersecurity standards must be in place for all insurers and insurance producers that are physically connected to the Internet and/or other public data networks, regardless of size and scope of operations.



Principle 6:State insurance regulators should provide appropriate regulatory oversight, which includes, but is not limited to, conducting risk-based financial examinations and/or market conduct examinations regarding cybersecurity.Principle 7:Planning for incident response by insurers, insurance producers, other regulated entitiesand state insurance regulators is an essential component to an effective cybersecurity program.



Principle 8:Insurers, insurance producers, other regulated entities and state insurance regulators should take appropriate steps to ensure that third parties and service providers have controls in place to protect personally identifiable information.1 These principles have been derived from the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association's (SIFMA) "Principles for Effective Cybersecurity Regulatory Guidance."



Principle 9:Cybersecurity risks should be incorporated and addressed as part of an insurer's or an insurance producer's enterprise risk management (ERM) process. Cybersecurity transcends the information technology department and must include all facets of an organization.



Principle 10: Information technology internal audit findings that present a material risk to an insurershould be reviewed with the insurer's board of directors or appropriate committee thereof.Principle 11: It is essential for insurers and insurance producers to use an information-sharing and analysis organization (ISAO) to share information and stay informed regarding emerging threats or vulnerabilities, as well as physical threat intelligence analysis and sharing.



Principle 12: Periodic and timely training, paired with an assessment, for employees of insurers and insurance producers, as well as other regulated entities and other third parties, regarding cybersecurityissues is essential.

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Experts Providing Internal Audit Training Events

Corporate Compliance Seminars (CCS) was created by experts who enjoy providing CPE training events. All our experts have years of experience in providing training courses, workshops and consulting on internal controls, internal auditing, information technology, cybersecurity and accounting related subjects. We have focused on SOX, COSO, PCAOB, COBIT, CMMI, GRC, GAAP, IFRS, AICPA, GAO, NAIC, ISO, and IIA Standards. We are your best source for continuing professional education (CPE).

Our programs, live in-person, webinar and on-demand, provide CPE for professionals with CPA, CGA, CIA, CFE, CISA, CMA and CA designations. CCS is focused on providing the best learning programs in using three distinct distribution channels: live in-person events, virtual webinar events and on-demand self-study e-learning.

Corporate Compliance Seminars presents CPE to a range of professionals, auditors, accountants, finance staff, compliance personnel, information technology (IT) professionals, Boards of Directors and Audit Committees. We examine the details of risk management, Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance, Model Audit Rule (MAR) compliance, auditing, internal controls, cybersecurity and compliance, and fraud prevention and detection.

Within the U.S.A. marketplace, Corporate Compliance Seminars allows the attendee to earn NASBA CPE credit.

Our events focus on the details of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX), Internal Controls over Financial Reporting (ICFR), Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Internal Control Frameworks, ISACA's Control Objectives over Information Technology (COBIT), Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Open Compliance & Ethics Group's (OCEG) Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) methodology, PCAOB's Auditing Standard 5 (AS5), AICPA auditing standards, and NAIC regulatory model regulations and acts .

Our live in-person events are generally presented in a small classroom setting with two to five attendees. Over the last few weeks, we have come to the understand we need to provide distant e-learning events. We are now in the process of moving all our content to an online available status. We have created distant e-learning opportunities using both a virtual webinar event approach and on-demand e-learning self-study modules. These two e-learning approaches: webinars and on-demand self-study with extended web access to our content into the global continuing professional development (CPD) marketplace. In the webinar e-learning events we will limit the number of students to maximize the interaction between the live instructor and attendees. The on-demand self-study e-learning modules will be created and offered to meet the NASBA CPE credit requirements .

Our seminars provide CPE for the CPA, CFE, CIA, CISA, auditors and others with effective and engaging internal audit training courses.

Our instructors have had direct experience in the following industries: financial activities, bank, insurance, healthcare, construction, leisure and hospitality, professional and business services, mining and oil & gas extraction, manufacturing, educational, government agencies, transportation, software, technical, hi-tech and agricultural.

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Instructor-lead virtual seminars are presented via live internet connections nad in-person events presented in various cities.

Corporate Compliance Seminars is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.

In accordance with the standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits have been granted based on a 50-minute hour.

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Our events are targeted at members of the IIA, AICPA, ISACA, ACFE and other professional groups that recognize the National Registry of CPE Sponsors CPE credits.

Complaints may also be forwarded to the company principals, David S. Marshall (708-205-2366; davem@cseminars.com) and/ or John Blackshire (479-200-4373; johnb@cseminars.com).

Our events are targeted at members of the IIA, AICPA, ISACA, ACFE and other professional groups that recognize the National Registry of CPE Sponsors CPE credits.