The Cyber COPE Insurance Certification℠ (CCIC) Program provides Chubb brokers and agents with an understanding of industry best practices in cyber security risk management, governance and operations. In this new program students will learn what high-performing advisors need to know in order to thrive in their roles, including how to interact with executive leadership of potential customers, how to provide analysis and support in effective cyber risk management, and building and maintaining strong relationships with prospective cyber risk insurance clients.
The program imparts applicable training, including topical discussions on current cyber security risk challenges and mitigation practices. Learning objectives are met through a combination of expert faculty instruction, business case analyses, and discussions with thought leaders in the field.
This seven-month program consists of three residential sessions at the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University, a series of virtual learning modules and a Capstone project. As part of this certificate program, students will develop an engagement strategy and a custom solution for a chosen organization. This engagement strategy and plan is designed to allow students to apply several of the methods, tools, and techniques taught during the program. To achieve the designation, students must complete all courses, and the Capstone project. To maintain the designation, participants are required to attend two virtual sessions each year. The CCIC Program is being developed and delivered by Chubb and Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Policy & Information Systems.