Marc D. Schein, CIC, CLCS assists clients by customizing comprehensive business insurance programs that minimize or eliminate the burden of financial loss through cost effective transfer of risk. By conducting a Total Cost of Risk (TCoR) assessment, he can determine any gaps in coverage. As part of an effective risk management insurance team, Marc collaborates with senior risk consultants, certified insurance counselors, and expert underwriters to examine the adequacy of existing client programs and develop customized solutions to transfer risk, improve coverage and minimize premiums.
In 2011, Marc achieved his Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist (CLCS) designation. In 2014, he received his Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation, and was appointed to the Ponemon Institute’s RIM Council (the pre-eminent research center dedicated to data protection, privacy and information security). In 2015, he was asked to join the Claims & Litigation Management Alliance's Cyber Committee. In 2017 Marc was appointed Northeast Cyber Champion for Marsh & McLennan Agency.
A sought after speaker and panelist on Data Breaches and Cyber Security, Marc has spoken before members of Congress and leaders in the Aviation Industry on Capitol Hill regarding the issues and costs of cyber breaches, and how to properly transfer risk to insure that an organization or business is properly protected from what might otherwise be financially devastating recovery costs. He is also a co-founding member of Clean Machine Charity and Founder of a Nassau County-based networking group. He also founded a NYC think-tank roundtable for upper middle market trusted advisors to share complex challenges and solutions their clients face. Marc also maintains membership in Business Networking International. A graduate of SUNY Oneonta, Marc was a Business Economics Major and Communications Minor who made Dean's List.
Articles / Publications
- “Mitigating Cyber Risk in 2018”, Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc
- “Cyber insurance policies all the rage”, Long Island Business News
- “Small Business: Getting insurance to protect against data breaches”, Newsday
- “Fool me twice”, Long Island Business News
- “Ones to Watch: Law”, Long Island Business News
- “Movers and Shakers”, Long Island Business News
- “Small Business: Educate employees about app downloads”, Newsday
- “Gaming apps create serious security issues”, PropertyCasualty360
- “'Spoofing' emails a growing concern for companies”, Newsday
- “Data Breaches in 2017: No Relief in Sight”, American College of Coverage and Extra-Contractual Counsel
- “Phishing For Coverage Under Crime Policies”, Law 360
- “Data breaches in 2017: No relief in sight”, PropertyCasualty360
- “Data breaches in 2017: No relief in sight”, Anderson Kill
- “N.Y. cybersecurity rules drive insurance reviews”, Banking Exchange
- “How the insurance industry could change the game for security”, CSO Magazine
- “Inside the Current 'Wild West' of Cyber Insurance Coverage”, Legal Tech News