On Tuesday, March 14, 2017, Robert A. Stern and Daniel S. Marvin will present on emerging cyber issues at the 2017 Insurance Fraud Management Conference in Phoenix, AZ. The session will cover the increasing threat of cyber-related insurance fraud schemes.
About the Program
While conventional insurance fraud schemes remain commonplace, in the age of the Internet, cyber-threats and related crime have emerged as a new frontier for insurers to confront, with individuals, loosely banded associated groups and organized cyber-rings exploiting for profit ubiquitous wireless devices that have found their way into everyday life, from the cars we drive, the homes we live in, to medical equipment and implanted medical devices that provide life sustaining support. This is a new frontier for SIU managers in fielding these emerging issues. This session will identify some of the new wave schemes and how they are used in furtherance of fraudulent claims that could be filed under various lines of insurance and provide helpful tips relative to how to identify and what to look for when investigating claims that may have resulted from an intrusion. An important aspect in sorting through suspected cyber-fraud related insurance claims is the methodology of the investigation and the documentation and preparation for potential litigation defense. This session will discuss how to preserve evidence through the use of forensic cyber consultants and following best practices to ensure the integrity and chain of custody of the evidence collected during an investigation.
About the Conference
The Insurance Fraud Management Conference will really be the “place to be” for SIU management. It’s a great forum for the exchange of ideas that will arm attendees with the latest in trend analysis, detection tools, and emerging misrepresentation scenarios.
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