PSA’s Cyber Specialist, Mike Volk Re-Appointed to Serve on CAMI Board of Directors and Appointed to Serve on Executive Committee

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We are excited to have PSA’s VP, Cyber Risk Solutions, Mike Volk, appointed to a second term on the Cybersecurity Association of Maryland, Inc. (CAMI) Board of Directors and to his first term on their Executive Committee.

CAMI is a first-and-only-of-its-kind industry association dedicated to the growth of Maryland’s cybersecurity industry. As a founding member of CAMI, PSA has been involved with the organization since its inception in 2015. This is PSA’s third year serving on the Board of Directors. Our engagement allows us to enhance our services to our clients as we keep our fingers on the pulse of the cybersecurity landscape and build deeper relationships with industry-leading technology and service providers.

I am thrilled to continue working closely with Mike in 2019 to help CAMI grow and create a more cyber secure business environment in Maryland and beyond while also bringing added value to PSA clients. We are grateful for Mike’s efforts and contributions to CAMI and the community as a thought leader.’ says Stacey Smith, CAMI President and CEO.

Since his initial involvement with CAMI, Volk has lead outreach efforts as the Chair of the Speakers Bureau Committee. In this role he has focused on educating businesses in the community about cyber risks and how the services and solutions offered by CAMI member companies can help businesses become more resilient in this dynamic threat landscape. Some of the many educational seminars Volk has delivered include a panel discussion in collaboration with the Regional Manufacturing Institute (RMI), an overview of Cyber insurance and the Legal Landscape in collaboration with Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, and a talk-show segment on AHA Business Radio. Volk also partnered with CAMI to support the passing of the Maryland Cybersecurity Incentive Tax Credit legislation, which allows small businesses that purchase cybersecurity products and services from qualifying MD businesses to receive a state income tax credit equal to 50 percent—up to a maximum of $50,000. PSA is proud to be a part of CAMI, as it offers valuable and state-of-the-art resources to small and mid-sized businesses in our community.

PSA is committed to continue working with our leading CAMI industry partners in order to become a more resourceful and valuable partner to our clients. Unlike the traditional insurance broker, for PSA, understanding cyber technology is as critical as understanding cyber insurance to provide a comprehensive solution.

Learn more about how PSA can help with your cyber insurance and risk management