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You don’t have to look too far for examples of major cyber crimes – Home Depot, Target, the United States governmen
t – and those are just the “name brands.” The majority of cyber crime (and the corresponding liability) is performed against employers of under 100 people.

Bottom line, no matter your company’s size, you need a plan.

While no plan will ever be foolproof, adapting and implementing a written strategic plan and creating a resiliency model around best practices will dramatically lower your risk and exponentially improve the mitigation of an event that you can’t control.

Join Dan Weedin for an overview of how you can protect your firm against cyber liability. You’ll walk away with a template that can be implemented immediately to help you control and finance your cyber liability risk, so your firm can go to “”infinity and beyond!””


  • A process to create a resiliency management plan that works without a lot of administrative burden
  • Strategy and tactics around how cyber works within the resiliency plan
  • Metrics and best practices for sustainability of cyber risk
  • Solutions to getting your employees on board to help prevent and mitigate risk
Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


Price (Member)


Price (Non-Member)


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