This One Day Cyber Insurance Conference will address these challenges and bring together people from across the industry to discuss how to develop cyber products for the market, in the ever-changing landscape of cyber insurance.
This one day conference is for
- Loss adjusters & claims managers
- Risk managers
- Cyber/IT lawyers
- Insurance purchasers
- CIO’s, CISO’s & CRO’s
Attend to learn:
- Learn how to quantify cyber losses with minimal data
- Take part in an incident response scenario session
- Understand the most concerning cyber risk & exposures for purchasers
- Unpack how to provide better clarity on coverage
Over 20 years’ experience in general insurance industry specialising in PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY and emerging E&O exposures including Technology E&O, Multi Media and CYBER Insurance. Focused on achieving profitable strong underwriting results and developing strong technical teams.
Product development, market creation, marketing and relationship building support a rich mix of technical, operations and general management skills. Diverse experience across jurisdictions with London market and Asian Pacific market responsibilities from a start up products and remedying problem portfolios .
A decision maker who excels at managing portfolios and building teams in focused production underwriting operations.
Currently the Asia Pacific Cyber Underwriting Manager
Crawford & Company
Willis Towers Watson
What People Are Saying
“The speakers and panellists were so informative and keen to share their knowledge. The whole day was a great experience and there were so many take aways from all the different speakers. I am looking forward to attending another one next year.”Austbrokers RWA & Cyber Insurance Conference Attendee 2018
Date: 8 Nov 2018 By: Ash Natesh
The Verisk and RMS reports have shown that the cyber insurance market is enjoying a period of profitable growth, bringing the benefits of increased stability and competition for buyers. According to a report from Verisk, the US commercial cyber liability insurance market is expected to reach USD 6.2 billion by 2020, up from around USD …
Date: 30 Oct 2018 By: Ash Natesh
The Current Market Climate While the Cyber Insurance market is evolving at a faster pace than expected, there is very little uptake amongst corporates to adopt necessary cyber insurance in Australia as compared to the US. The EU sits between Australia and the US, although they are slowly catching up to the market trends with …
Date: 15 Oct 2018 By: Ash Natesh
Insurers say cyber insurance underwriting is profitable for now By PwC Insurance Journal Carriers say that cyber insurance is quite profitable for them at the moment, and a majority are also using reinsurance to manage their exposures, PwC found in a global survey of specialist writers. The consulting firm’s survey found that 80 percent of …
Date: 4 Oct 2018 By: Ash Natesh
Are companies ready for cyber incidents? Most companies are much better prepared for hurricanes and earthquakes than any cyber attack. According to figures from AIG, only about 55% of Fortune 500 companies have cybersecurity insurance. For the majority of enterprises, the figures are even lower: just 35% of small to medium-sized businesses are insured against …