Help Clients Maintain Employee Productivity & Security in an Exposed World
Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
Did you know 2016 was a record year for data breaches? There were 1,093 breaches last year, an increase of 40 percent over the previous annual record, and nearly half of the reported cases hit companies. Today’s employees are more stressed and frustrated than ever due to data breaches and identity theft, which means identity theft protection provides a great opportunity for your employer group clients to retain employees and keep them focused and productive.
Help your employer clients better understand the latest trends around identity theft protection and why identity management services should be offered to employees by joining this complimentary webcast. You’ll learn the information you need to have strategic conversations with your clients about wellness and protection programs and tips on how to position these valuable services so you can best demonstrate their potential and specifically discover:
Senior Director, Business Development
Chad is a privacy, credit, and benefits expert and has provided strategic guidance to hundreds of organizations for over 10 years. Prior to joining CyberScout, Gray’s deep industry knowledge was leveraged by organizations like LifeLock and Reputation.com where he developed some of the first employee benefit programs of their kind. The results changed the way large organizations managed executive privacy including their Board of Directors. He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a B.A. Finance and Communication and acted as a consultant to many companies in the identity theft industry as well as large hedge funds looking to make investments into the identity theft and credit space.
Business Development Director
Page has more than 25 years of experience in employee benefits with health insurance carriers, benefit brokerage/consulting firms, and communications/marketing companies. Before joining CyberScout, Page was the executive VP at Chesapeake Insurance Advisors overseeing their healthcare exchanges and carrier partnership initiatives. Page started his career with Medigroup HMO, a subsidiary of Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ, achieving the role of Director of Sales, as well as Aetna Health Plans where he established sales and distribution channels in their Delaware Small Business Market (SBM). He later cofounded Benefitport Mid-Atlantic, a leading provider of distribution and technology solutions for the employee benefit group insurance industry.
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