The Cyber Insurance Conference will give you 6 CPD points with NIBA.
The Cyber Insurance Conference will give you 6 CIP points with ANZIIF.
Traditional risk assessments are not robust enough to understand the business impact of a cyber-attack. Although new models have been proposed to evaluate security incidents, they are still quite limited and unable to quantify the risk for a large number of feasible scenarios a cyber attack can create. This problem is also further exacerbated by the lack of data available to measure cyber losses.
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
Anthony is a seasoned finance professional and project manager with extensive experience in insurance, financial services and retail industries across Asia Pacific. Currently responsible for ensuring a highly professional and reliable cyber claims and incident management service at Sedgwick Australia by ensuring the team of experienced incident response managers will quickly identify cause, deploy mitigation strategies and bring in specialist services; forensic accountants, IT and legal support.
An intense focus on customer service, operational rigour and product development with a specialist background in risk finance, analytics and cyber provides a mix of skills that has been applied in managing his significant claims experience.
Crawford & Company
Jane has over 15 years experience specialising in forensic accounting, dispute consulting, conducting investigations and fraud and cyber risk consulting. Jane manages Crawford’s cyber incident response solution across Australia & New Zealand. She performs crisis management at the time of identification of a cyber event, assists clients in a forensic accounting capacity to quantify their losses as a result of a cyber event, or acts as the adjuster on a cyber policy claim. Prior to joining Crawford in 2017, Jane was a Principal at a global insurance broker responsible for leading investigations and the preparation of claims for complex fraud and other large value financial losses, and performing fraud and cyber risk consulting for clients across the Asia Pacific region. Jane was previously a Director with a Big 4 accounting firm specialising in the provision of expert and consultative accounting and financial investigation services for clients. She worked in the San Francisco office of that firm on a two year secondment, focussing on disputes and large scale financial investigations working on behalf of clients and at the direction of regulators. Within Australia, she was based in Perth with responsibility for projects and quality of deliverables, business development and managing engagement teams comprising forensic accountants, data analytics and forensic technology experts
Willis Towers Watson
Ben is a leading cyber insurance and data privacy expert. He has over 12 years of experience as an admitted solicitor and has practiced in both Australia and the United States. He has end-to-end incident response and cyber insurance experience covering the drafting of cyber insurance wording for carriers, insurance policy placement, managing claims for insurers and managing privacy breaches for insured and uninsured organisations.
Ben has provided triage and strategic advice to numerous domestic and international organisations following suspected data breach events and giving specialist advice on privacy obligations to financial service, medical, insurance, government and information technology clients. He has also conducted post incident reviews and resilience workshops.
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: 19 Mar 2019 By: Ash Natesh
Banking, Financial Services and Insurance are one of the largest segments in Australia. With the growth in the insurance market, there has been a steady growth worldwide in the cyber insurance market by “$75.4 billion and a growth forecast of $170 billion by 2020.” (AON Report) Insurers need to stay ahead of the competition to …
Date: 11 Mar 2019 By: Ash Natesh
The Singapore SME cyber preparedness report by Chubb mentions that companies and organisations have been more at risk of having their data made public or stolen, be it through a deliberate cyber attack from an external or internal party or as a result of system error or human error. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are …
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 …