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IRMI Launches Tech-eRisk™ 2010 Webinar Series

Release Date: Feb 15, 2010

Release Date: February 16, 2010
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DALLAS—International Risk Management Institute, Inc. (IRMI), will present the Tech-eRisk™ 2010 Webinar Series, focused on technology, privacy, and cyber risk management and insurance, beginning March 11, 2010. The six webinar agendas are designed for risk managers, insurance agents and brokers, and underwriters.

The six Tech-eRisk™ 2010 webinars can be purchased individually or in a package at a discount and include the following.

  • Cyber Risks and Exposures
  • Contractual Risk Management Strategies for eRisks
  • Managing Cyber Exposures for Small Businesses
  • Wording Issues for Policies Insuring Tech, Media, Cyber, and Privacy Risk—Part 1
  • Wording Issues for Policies Insuring Tech, Media, Cyber, and Privacy Risk—Part 2
  • Managing a Data Breach

Each of these 60-minute webinars will be presented by a nationally known insurance brokerage, underwriting, or legal expert who has spent years working in this specialized field. They will focus on giving you practical strategies and tactics you can use to make certain your organization is (or your clients are) properly insured against cyber, privacy, and technology risks and well positioned to respond to any incidents that occur.

IRMI president Jack P. Gibson said, “Every business, governmental entity, or nonprofit institution in America is now extremely dependent on technology and the Internet. The risks of technology errors and omissions, data breaches, and website or Internet service disruptions are so pervasive and extreme that they threaten the very survival of many organizations. Unfortunately, many organizations are not properly insured against the risks and wholly unprepared to respond to incidents. These webinars will help risk professionals begin the process of properly managing and insuring these risks or fine-tune the programs they have in place.”

This high-quality educational programming will be presented using the best, state-of-the-art webinar technology available. Each IRMI webinar will begin at 1:00 p.m. Eastern, last approximately 1 hour, and include opportunities for participants to ask questions of the presenters. Each webinar costs $39 per Internet connection, or the entire series of six may be purchased for the price of five at $195, and they will be archived for 6 months following the live broadcast for viewing by registrants who are unable to view the live event or who wish to view it again. Registrants may also invite colleagues to participate in a group setting at no extra charge. To learn more, please visit