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Griffith Foundation Programming Archive

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Presentation

Inflation: Implications for Insurers and Public Policymakers

In early March, The Institutes Griffith Foundation hosted a Legislator Luncheon during the Spring meeting of the Nation Council of Insurance Legislators (NCOIL) titled, “Inflation: Implications for Insurers and Public Policymakers.”  

The program, open to public policymakers only, featured the insights and expertise of Dr. Michel Leonard, Chief Economist at the Triple-I and adjunct faculty at New York University’s Economics Department. Materials from Dr. Leonard’s presentation can be found at the link below. 

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On Demand

Catastrophe Losses: Exploring an Effort Underway to Promote Resilience

As climate related losses increase, the notion of resilience is ever more important for insurers, insureds and by extension, public policymakers.  Please join us for a conversation with the President of the Catastrophe Resiliency Council (CRC), which was recently formed to advance resilience from natural catastrophes.  The 30-minute, non-partisan and non-advocative webinar: considers the societal impact of cat losses;  examines the importance of resilience; and discusses the genesis and mission of the CRC.

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On Demand

Peril and Promise: Climate Risk and Resilience

The Institutes Griffith Foundation, in collaboration with the Insurance Regulator Education Foundation (IREF), is pleased to present a webinar discussing climate risk and resilience. The conversation explores the climate risk landscape; considers how insurers are responding; and examines complementary regulatory efforts. Featured speakers include Benjamin Collier, PhD,  Assistant Professor of Risk, Actuary Science, and Legal Studies, Temple University; Sean Kevelighan, President and CEO of the Insurance Information Institute; and Michael Peterson, Deputy Commissioner on Climate and Sustainability for the California Department of Insurance. Click below to view the on-demand program. 

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On Demand

Cybersecurity Policy Bootcamp Parts 1 & 2

The Cybersecurity Policy Bootcamp, presented by Indiana University in collaboration with The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation, focuses on cybersecurity risk management with the goal of providing context for policymakers and their staffs. The bootcamp will address cyber risk insurance, privacy regulation, critical infrastructure protection and ransomware mitigation, supply chain cybersecurity, safe harbor laws and defining 'reasonable' cybersecurity, along with Internet of Things and AI regulations. 

All webinars are available for on-demand viewing. Please register to view the first two webinars in the series and simply click the link to view the third webinar. 

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Cybersecurity Policy Bootcamp Part 3

Part 3 of The Cybersecurity Policy Bootcamp, presented by Indiana University in collaboration with The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation, focuses on cybersecurity risk management with the goal of providing context for policymakers and their staffs. The bootcamp will address cyber risk insurance, privacy regulation, critical infrastructure protection and ransomware mitigation, supply chain cybersecurity, safe harbor laws and defining 'reasonable' cybersecurity, along with Internet of Things and AI regulations.