CIPR Events

The NAIC Center for Insurance Policy and Research (CIPR)
offers a forum to serve federal and state lawmakers, federal and state regulatory agencies, international regulatory agencies, and insurance consumers, by enhancing intergovernmental cooperation and awareness, improving consumer protection, and promoting legitimate marketplace competition.

We look forward to seeing you!

Dress code:
CIPR events are business casual.

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For questions or to provide suggestions for future events, contact:

Shanique (Nikki) Hall
CIPR Manager
212.386.1930


Webinar/Event Replays
November 13, 2017
Wearables and Their Implications in Insurance
October 11, 2017
The NAIC and Stanford Cyber Initiative: Cyber Insurance and Its Evolving Role in Helping to Mitigate Cyber Risks
June 1 and 5, 2017
Understanding Blockchain Technology and Its Insurance Implications Webinar
October 14th & 20th, 2016
The Impact of Rating Agencies on the Insurance Industry Webinar
June 18, 2016
The Sharing Economy Webinar

 

Past CIPR Events

2017
August 8, 2017
CIPR Summer Event: Enhancing Protections and Empowering Consumers for a Secure Retirement
June 1 and 5, 2017
Understanding Blockchain Technology and Its Insurance Implications Webinar
April 10, 2017
CIPR Spring Event: The Future of Flood Insurance
February 28, 2017
Understanding the changes to A.M. Best's Capital Model for U.S. Insurers Webinar
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009

CIPR Webinar: Cybersecurity and the Value of Information Sharing

Please plan to join the NAIC Center for Insurance Policy and Research (CIPR) for its upcoming Webinar, Cybersecurity and the Value of Informations Sharing. The Webinar wil take place on Thursday, March 8th from 11:30pm - 12:45pm (ET).The CIPR is collaborating with The Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) on this webinar to provide policymakers with an educational program. FS-ISAC facilitates the sharing of information, including threat information, best practices, and regulatory issues, among thousands of institutions globally.

Cybersecurity is now regular topic of boardroom conversation and has emerged as a top concern for financial institutions, regulators, and others in government. As technologies proliferate, numerous security solutions have emerged. Although many of these solutions cost millions of dollars to deploy, there's one that has become an essential and inexpensive tool to mitigate some of these risks: a strong, trusted, and effective information-sharing community. Information sharing remains one of the most effective ways to stay ahead of cybercrime.

This webinar will begin with introductory remarks by Director Raymond Farmer of the South Carolina Department of Insurance, followed by a presentation from FS-ISAC on the cyber threat landscape, recent insurer cyber-attacks and the mission of FS-ISAC.

Agenda

Registration now open!

This program is pre-qualified for Designation Renewal Credits (DRCs). If you currently hold an NAIC APIR, PIR, SPIR, or IPIR designation and are pursuing continuing education credit to maintain it, you may be awarded credits for your participation in this program. To receive your certificate, you must attend the webinar in its entirety and participate in all polling questions.

 

Continuing Education

CIPR Webinar: The Use of Drones in Insurance

Monday, March 12, 2018, 2:00 p.m. - 3:15 p.m. Eastern

The commercial use of drones is booming. More than half a million drones have been registered with the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The insurance industry is responding to the increasing use of commercial drones by developing underwriting tools to cover businesses' growing liability exposures. At the same time, insurers are also interested in using drones on their own to reach remote and inaccessible areas by claims adjusters, especially following catastrophes, for better, more accurate and faster evaluation of property damage. However, before drones become a common sight in every neighborhood, a number of insurance liability and coverage issues need to be fully addressed, ranging from personal injury to invasion of privacy.

This program will begin with introductory remarks by North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Jon Godfread. Following will be a presentation by Kathleen McCullough, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Research, Florida State University, who will discuss the evolution of drone technology and the growing use of drones in property and casualty insurance. Property insights platform Betterview will present on recent innovations in drone technology including a live demo. Following will be a panel discussion on the opportunities and challenges of the use of drones in insurance.

The CIPR is collaborating with The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation on this webinar to provide policymakers with a non-advocative, nonpartisan educational primer program on drones. The Institutes Griffith Foundation, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, non-advocative educational organization, is a leading resource for objective insurance information for public policymakers in the United States. Its mission is to empower policymakers through a greater understanding of insurance and risk management.

Registration opening soon!

This program is pre-qualified for Designation Renewal Credits (DRCs). If you currently hold an NAIC APIR, PIR, SPIR, or IPIR designation and are pursuing continuing education credit to maintain it, you may be awarded credits for your participation in this program. To receive your certificate, you must attend the webinar in its entirety and participate in all polling questions.

 

Continuing Education


You're Invited!
CIPR Spring Event

Monday, March 26, 2018, 3:00-5:00 p.m. (Tentative)

Please plan to join the NAIC Center for Insurance Policy and Research (CIPR) for its upcoming Spring Event, Lessons Learned from Recent Catastrophes. The event will be held as part of the NAIC National Meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is tentatively scheduled for Monday, March 26, 2018 from 3:00-5:00 p.m.

The event will kick off with a presentation on the impact of recent catastrophe losses on availability, pricing and loss modeling. A panel discussion will follow featuring insurance regulators and key industry stakeholders sharing lessons learned in preparing, responding and recovering from catastrophes in their state.

These discussions are very timely as they follow one of the most costly years for natural catastrophes. More than two dozen natural events struck across the U.S. in 2017, many of which were billion-dollar disasters. Much of the destruction came from western wildfires and a series of severe hurricanes impacting the southeast. However, a severe tornado season also contributed significant losses in the Midwest and Gulf states.

Topics Covered:

  • Pre-storm preparations: bulletins, adjusters, insurer communications
  • Consumer protection: contactor fraud, assignment of benefits, flooded vehicle resale
  • Consumer assistance: disaster response teams, FEMA coordination
  • Data Needs: data calls to track claims/losses, NAIC data and resource assistance
  • Innovative approaches to facilitate mitigation: standards, mandates and incentives
  • Effectiveness of building codes and standards over time
  • Availability and affordability observations: new start-ups, insurer exits

Registration Coming Soon! Registration for this event is complimentary and separate from the NAIC National Meeting. This event is still in the planning stages. More information, including an agenda, will be posted as it becomes available.