London, UK, 31 August 2017Cyber Risks Landscape Highlights
Following the Cyber Risk Landscape event, hosted by Arthur J. Gallagher highlights of the panel debate Q&A and keynote speech are now available.
Cyber is a growing concern for organisations. It is a risk now on the agenda of Boards, with the rapidly developing and expanding cyber risk landscape, the ever increasing awareness of incidents and the high profile media coverage that can follow. It can, however, also be an area of confusion for organisations.
The expert panel consisted of leading cyber insurers and cyber industry representatives. Arthur J. Gallagher took the opportunity to put a series of topical questions to them. The full panel for the event was as follows:
- Sarah Hewitt, Director – Arthur J. Gallagher
- Christopher Burgess, UK Cyber Leader – AIG
- Rogier Soer, International Cyber Practice Leader – Axa Corporate Solutions
- Andrew Prendergast, Corporate Cyber Practice Leader – CFC Underwriting
- Chris McMurray, Senior Cyber Underwriter – Chubb
- Amie Watson, Senior Cyber Underwriter – Liberty Mutual
- Khaled Fattal, Group Chairman – Mli Group
- Tom Spier, Director – CyberScout
For more information on the panellists please refer to our speaker profile card.
Highlights from the panel debate included answers to the following questions:
With GDPR due to come into effect in May 2018, what impact do you believe this will have, and do you see businesses tightening security around data or do you think businesses are, in general, unprepared?
What trends, if any, are being seen in incidents and claims?
What role does an insurance broker play in supporting businesses to manage their exposures?
The panel debate was followed by a keynote speech from Graeme Newman, Chief Innovation Officer at CFC Underwriting fresh off the back of him winning the coveted Cyber Risks Industry Person of the Year award at the Advisen Cyber Risks Awards.
Highlights of Graeme’s speech can be seen below when he spoke about:
The value of tangible assets vs. intangible assets
The definition of ‘Crime’ in a Cyber context
Full video outputs from both the session and the keynote are being produced and made available.