8:30 – 9:00 AM
9:00 – 9:45 AM
In this session, attendees will start with a basic run down of cyber insurance and the basic coverages. We’ll dive into pertinent exposures in regards to farm, co-op, manufacturing, and product movement. We’ll discuss ransomware, business interruption, and social engineering including how they happen, where we see them most, and the coverage language surrounding them.
9:45 – 10:30 AM
This session will review current workers compensation statue and how it impacts agriculture. It will discuss employer’s liability, corporate farms, independent contractor changes (AB-5), and pending changes in statues throughout the country.
Farm Insurance 201
This session will cover a variety of farm topics and will help attendees understand more than just the basics of farm coverages. Equine exposures, confinement operations, and farm liability vs CGL will be discussed at a higher level. Attendees will also take a look at emerging agritainment topics including pumpkin patches, u-pick operations, farmers markets (especially in regards to altering products such as selling strawberry jam instead of just strawberries), and farm structures being used for wedding receptions and special events.
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Crisis Response for Insurance Professionals: How to Assist an Insured’s Response to a Crisis
Many insureds, particularly small commercial insureds, look to their insurance producers for risk management tips and advice in a variety of circumstances. This session will begin with a look at the typical “crisis.” We’ll then take a look at the insurance implications or the role of the insurance professional in responding to a crisis. It uses the examples of Active Shooter / Active Assailant insurance coverage and also Products Recall Insurance to illustrate the dependency between crisis response and insurance risk management.