Date: February 12, 2019
Time: 8 a.m. PST
Length: 60 Minutes
Speakers: Paul E. Gouge, Risk Control Consultant, CNA Insurance
Businesses increasingly rely on their computer networks to store confidential business and customer information, automate manufacturing and customer interaction, and manage supply chain relationships with customers and vendors. This increased dependence on computer networks, along with a growing body of state and federal statutes governing data privacy, has created additional risks that businesses need to manage. This class provides participants with tools and resources to effectively recognize and manage these new risks. Ideal participants include risk managers and anyone concerned with customer data privacy.
THIS WEBINAR IS DESIGNED TO:
Identify the most common network security and privacy liability risks confronting the constructionExplain the risk control techniques appropriate to such risks, and their relationship to the overall risk management processDiscuss the potential gaps in coverage and review the Building Blocks of Network Security & Privacy Injury Liability insurance
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Risk ManagersProject ManagersSuperintendentsOffice/Clerical Staff
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Paul E. Gouge, Risk Control Consultant, CNA Insurance
Paul Gouge is a Risk Control Consultant, specializing in loss control and prevention for the technology industry. Paul graduated with a Civil Engineering Degree and has been with CNA since 1986. He has been responsible for CNA's Technology Loss Prevention Division for Texas since 2004.
Paul has worked with a variety of accounts including micro-chip fabricators, telecommunication providers, software companies, healthcare providers, and internet service providers.
Paul has presented courses on Privacy and Computer Network Security Risks and other emerging risks across the country as part of CNA’s School of Risk Control Excellence, as well as to trade and insurance organizations. He has recently earned the CIPT designation (Certified Information Privacy Technologist) through the Intl. Assn. of Privacy Professionals.