Spring Conference

The Spring Conference is hosted by the IIAC Young Agents Committee.  The conference provides information on current "Hot Topics" within the industry and is a unique opportunity for agents to learn about trending topics and network with representatives of the companies who sponsor the IIAC Young Agents Committee.
May 18, 2017
1:00 pm - 3:40 pm
Followed by a Social Hour with Hors d'oeuvres and Refreshments Provided
Cyber Liability: 
Protecting Your Client and Yourself in the Age of Social Media

3 CE Credits
(2 PC & 1 LRE)

The IIAC Spring Conference, sponsored by the Young Agents Committee, covers today's hot issues while offering Continuing Education credits and a chance to network with other industry professionals.  All attendees are invited to stay for a complimentary social hour immediately following the program.  Hors d' oeuvres and refreshments will be provided.  

Cyber Liability
Presenter Matthew Fitzsimmons, Assistant Attorney General, State of Connecticut
AAG Fitzsimmons will address the protection of personal data and information; consumer privacy and data security and emerging issues associated with technology and privacy concerns.  Legislative proposals affecting privacy interest of Connecticut citizens will be discussed.


Insurance and Millennials - Protecting Your Client and Yourself in the Age of Social Media
Presenter Ryan Hanley, SVP of Marketing at
We must figure out how to sell insurance to Millennials. Why? Because the Millennial consumer mindset will dictate the insurance customer experience for at least the next three decades. In this presentation, you'll learn about the dynamic forces impacting the digital insurance marketplace as well as the specific tactics and strategies needed for success selling to the Millennial generation.   We will also discuss the privacy and data security risks taken when using social media as a contact venue with the insurance clients; how best to protect the insurance client and their information; and how to protect the insurance agent and agency from potential E&O issues.