During the 2015 E-Reg Conference, presented by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and the National Insurance Producer Registry (NIPR), several of the US's chief insurance regulators will participate in a special keynote panel presentation on April 27 in Kansas City, MO. The panel will include NAIC CEO Senator Ben Nelson, Monica Lindeen, NAIC president and Montana insurance commissioner; John Huff, NAIC president-elect and Missouri insurance director; Sharon Clark, NAIC vice president and Kentucky insurance commissioner; and Stephen Robertson, Indiana insurance commissioner. The commissioners will share their own perspectives on several issues impacting the insurance industry, including cybersecurity, healthcare reform, ride-sharing, principle-based reserving, producer licensing, market regulation, interstate collaboration and international insurance issues.
E-Reg is an annual conference that attracts more than 500 insurance industry professionals — regulators and non-regulators alike — from around the country. Every year, E-Reg is packed with interesting and informative sessions, networking opportunities, fun outings and great keynote speakers. On 29 April, a special session on cybersecurity will be presented by former NAIC president and North Dakota insurance commissioner Adam Hamm. This is in addition to sessions focused on managing and assessing cybersecurity risk.
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