Cyber Insurance Survey

A Cyber Insurance Survey and a Cybersecurity Webinar to Check Out!: Cybersecurity Webinars

It’s webinar day! So, here’s a webinar to check out next month and a cyber insurance survey that is currently underway too!

Foley & Lardner and HALOCK Security Labs are currently conducting a cyber insurance survey in advance of the June 2022 Midwest Cyber Security Alliance Meeting where the results will be discussed as part of that meeting!

The cyber insurance survey is a brief five to six question multiple-choice anonymous survey (the sixth question is free form, based on the response to question #5) and it literally takes a minute to complete. As I discussed last year, cyber insurance is rising for many organizations, so this survey will help shed light on what organizations out there are experiencing regarding cyber insurance coverage, rates, and concerns. Please consider completing the cyber insurance survey here.

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As for the June 2022 Midwest Cyber Security Alliance Meeting, it is both in-person (in the Milwaukee Foley office) and live-streaming on Tuesday, June 14th from 5pm to 7pm CT! Join Jennifer Urban, Partner, Cybersecurity Practice with Foley & Lardner and Terry Kurzynski, senior partner with HALOCK Security Labs as they will discuss how to prepare for your next encounter with underwriting cyber insurance policies. Advanced registration is required, so RSVP here!

So, what do you think? Are you dealing with skyrocketing cyber insurance rates? If so, complete the survey and join the webinar! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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