One Day Conference
Learn how to leverage the potential of the cyber insurance market
Conference Date
Thursday 16th May 2019
Location
Novotel Sydney Central
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Day 1 - Thursday 16th May, 2019

8:30
Registration, coffee & networking
9:00
Welcome remarks from the Chair
Andrew Taylor
Cyber Underwriting Manager, Asia Pacific
Chubb
Key drivers & trends in the cyber insurance market
9:10
OPENING KEYNOTE
Andrew Taylor
Cyber Underwriting Manager, Asia Pacific
Chubb
9:50
Shifts & trends in the current cyber insurance market
  • Explaining the shift in sectors that are newly purchasing cyber insurance
  • Meeting the markets coverage needs
  • How insurers can position themselves for future market growth
Stan Gallo
Partner
KPMG
10:30
SPEED NETWORKING

In this fun, interactive session, you will have the opportunity to meet fellow attendees and speakers in 2 minute bursts, to exchange business cards and set up conversations for the rest of the event

10:50
Morning tea & networking
Aligning cyber product to market needs
11:20
What are we seeing in the market in regards to coverage
  • Is coverage responding to all of the needs of prospective policyholders?
  • Is there a consensus in the markets towards either providing coverage in standalone or traditional policies?
  • How can we provide greater clarity on coverage for purchasers
Samuel Rogers
Managing Principal - Cyber
Marsh
12:00
PANEL DISCUSSION: Enabling the development of a robust cyber insurance market
  • Encouraging businesses to safely share information and data on cyber incidents
  • Bridging the gap between product offerings and purchaser needs
  • Understanding what is happening in the cyber space to improve the underwriting of policy
  • How can government support the development of the industry
Andrew Taylor
Cyber Underwriting Manager, Asia Pacific
Chubb
David Gallagher
Portfolio Manager - IT Liability & Cyber
Liberty International Underwriters
12:40
Networking lunch
Quantifying cyber losses in the absence of data
1:40
PANEL DISCUSSION: Overcoming the lack of historical data on cyber incidents
  • What strategies can we use to quantify cyber losses in the absence of data
  • How can we improve the availability of data to underwrite cyber risk
  • How do we respond when data becomes out-of-date as a result of the fast-evolving nature of cyber risk
Emma Cronin
Senior Underwriter Cyber Liability
Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance
Benjamin Di Marco
Cyber Specialist
Willis Towers Watson
Anthony Smit
Cyber Manager - MCL Global
Sedgwick
2:20
Delivering reliable cyber claims & incident management services
  • Unpacking each stage of the cyber claims process
  • Determining the impact of the cyber incident on the business
  • Delivering ‘calm’ amidst the ‘angst’ engaging multiple stakeholders and panel of expert
Anthony Smit
Cyber Manager - MCL Global
Sedgwick
3:00
Afternoon tea & networking
Improving cyber Incident response
3:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: Implementing effective incident response
  • How do we manage and measure business interruption and losses following a breach
  • What are the legal risks and how can we mitigate against them
  • Managing brand reputation and communication challenges
Jane Amling
National Manager Cyber, Senior Forensic Accountant
Crawford & Company
Benjamin Di Marco
Cyber Specialist
Willis Towers Watson
Brian Shrowder
Senior Counsel
Edelman
Jason Symons
Partner
HWL Ebsworth
4:10
INCIDENT RESPONSE SCENARIO SESSION

Conducting hands-on cyber exercises can improve your incident
response plans by building the capacity to successfully respond
to, and recover from a significant cyber event. In this interactive
session, work with our incident response experts to manage an
incident from initial breach to conclusion.

4:20
Closing remarks from the Chair and close of conference
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Key Speakers

Andrew Taylor
Cyber Underwriting Manager, Asia Pacific
Chubb
Anthony Smit
Cyber Manager - MCL Global
Sedgwick
Jane Amling
National Manager Cyber, Senior Forensic Accountant
Crawford & Company
Benjamin Di Marco
Cyber Specialist
Willis Towers Watson