About this webinar:

Beginning Nov. 1, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) takes effect, establishing strict data breach notification, reporting and recordkeeping rules. These rules stem from Digital Privacy Act (DPA) amendments and will impact countless businesses across Canada. To understand the laws, remain compliant, avoid costly fines and learn what the country’s top insurance brokers are doing in response, we invite you to join our webinar—Midyear Look at Cyber in Canada: The Brokers’ Perspective.

This webinar provides an overview of the cyber landscape in Canada. Specifically, you’ll learn all about the new rules imposed by PIPEDA and how best to handle cyber risk management with your prospects and clients.

Up until now, many Canadian organizations have not had to deal with the administrative burden of complying with data breach laws. The rules created by the DPA amendments to PIPEDA present new costs, risks and challenges for organizations, particularly as they relate to legal risk management, compliance and incident response planning.
Join our webinar today to provide your customers with the tools they need to navigate the cyber risk landscape. Doing so could boost your brokerage’s organic growth and lead to more referrals, higher retention and new business.
In this webinar you will learn how to:
  1. Sell more—Sell more cyber policies and better protect your clients.
  2. Be different—Learn how to help your clients and prospects prepare for the Nov. 1, DPA changes. Mandatory data breach notification and record keeping changes are serious changes that apply to ALL businesses. Moreover, fines for violating the data breach reporting requirements range from $10,000 to $100,000 per occurrence.
  3. Protect your E&O—Provide proactive risk management education to your clients to ensure the best service and due diligence is provided to one of the fastest evolving risks for businesses in Canada.