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Wed, Sep 25


DoubleTree Atlanta Perimeter Dunwoody

WIFS Atlanta EXPLO 2024 (1)

Registration is now open for our signature September EXPLO! Join us for networking, meeting with our vendors and sponsors, learning from our three speakers and earning 2 hours of Ethics CE credit.

WIFS Atlanta EXPLO 2024 (1)
WIFS Atlanta EXPLO 2024 (1)

Time & Location

Sep 25, 2024, 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM

DoubleTree Atlanta Perimeter Dunwoody, 4386 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA 30341


About the event

WIFS Atlanta EXPLO is an annual event that brings together women in the insurance and financial services for a half-day of learning, meeting other women in the industry, networking and meeting with small vendors and sponsors.   

This year's event topic is:  Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity: Staying Current with Today's Technology Trends and Challenges.    You will receive 2 hours of Ethics CE credit.  We are excited about our topics and our three presenters.  

Ethics CE, Megan Harsh

Beware What You Put in Writing:  Emails and Text Messages Can and Will be Used Against You in Litigation

  • Emails and text messages are becoming one of the main pieces of evidence used in litigation against companies. Managers should be cautious about what type of information is reduced to writing and how employees typically communicate, internally and with company lawyers. When it may apply, certain steps should be taken to ensure that information is protected by the attorney/client privilege. This webinar will include recommendations for maintaining the attorney/client privilege and rules that should be put in place for how employees and managers communicate about company business.

Ethical Considerations Concerning Artificial Intelligence in Legal, Employment and Insurance Relationships

At first glance, it may seem that a failure to embrace AI is unwise and shortsighted. Upon closer examination, however, the myriad ethical issues involved establish just the opposite. During this webinar, we will explore a multitude of ethical issues that should be considered in connection with the use of AI.

Unlocking the Future: Leveraging AI to Drive Business Growth, Kristin Andree

Kristin will discuss AI's impact on the insurance industry

  • How to use AI in your marketing, prospecting and client engagement
  • Learn the popular AI tools and platforms in the insurance industry and how to select the right ones for your business
  • Learns about the current insurance industry regulations related to AI
  • How to use AI to your competitive advantage

The State of Cybercrime, Sara Lue

Sara Lue will be discussing current issues related to the rise of cyber crime in Georgia, including cryptocurrency investment scams.  

What You'll Learn:  

  • How emails and text messages may be used against you in litigation
  • Ethical issues that should be considered in connection with the use of AI
  • Selecting the right AI tools and technologies
  • Regulation and compliance in AI adoption
  • Issues related to the rise of cybercrime in Georgia

About our Speakers

Megan Harsh - Megan is experienced in managing cases as lead counsel for all aspects of litigation in courts throughout Georgia.  Megan’s client-centric approach allows her to oversee and manage all aspects of her cases, making sure her clients stay informed and involved in a timely fashion.

Kristin Andree - After a successful year as a managing director in the financial services industry, Kristin launched The Andree Group - a coaching and consulting firm focused on implementing creative business strategies to help firms and their advisors Step Up, Stand Out, and Scale their business while living their lives to the fullest.  

Sara Lue currently serves as Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the  Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) Georgia Cyber Crime Center  in Augusta, GA. She is responsible for supervision of special agents and digital forensic investigators assigned to the office and their mission is to assist local and state law enforcement agencies with complex investigations involving cyber-related criminal activity. This includes but is not limited to online fraud, computer and network intrusion, and the proliferation of digital media as they relate to criminal activity and organized crime.


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