The Institutes’ Managing Cyber Risk Course Now Available

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In response to evolving industry trends, The Institutes have released a new Managing Cyber Risk (Cyber 301) course. This course allows any professional in the risk management and insurance industry to maintain a competitive edge and better serve clients through cyber risk coverages.

In response to evolving industry trends, The Institutes have released a new Managing Cyber Risk (Cyber 301) course. This course allows any professional in the risk management and insurance industry to maintain a competitive edge and better serve clients through cyber risk coverages.

The Managing Cyber Risk course content focuses on how to mitigate cyber risk exposures and respond to cyber threats, and it prepares professionals to:

  • Effectively respond to cyber risk exposures from an enterprise risk management perspective
  • Make better underwriting, claims and pricing decisions by accurately analyzing cyber risk coverages for various insurance policies
  • Confidently manage cyber threats with an enhanced understanding of how cyber risk affects different operating units of insurance organizations

Professionals who successfully complete The Institutes’ Cyber 301 course will earn a certificate of completion.
Study materials for the Cyber 301 course are available for purchase, with exams beginning in the April to June 2015 testing window.

To learn more about The Institutes’ Managing Cyber Risk certification, visit http://www.theinstitutes.org/program/cyber-risk-management.

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The Institutes are affiliated with the CPCU Society, a community of credentialed insurance professionals who promote excellence through their technical expertise and ethical behavior, and The Griffith Insurance Education Foundation, a not-for-profit educational organization that promotes the study and teaching of risk management and insurance.

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