Whichever way you look at it, the talk around cyber has been gathering steam. Plenty of commentators on the insurance market have predicted that 2021 will be the year that cyber insurance comes into its own. Cyber risks are constantly shifting and personal and commercial insurance is fast becoming a must have. However with it’s hard to draw the line between the two as remote working becomes more common so insurers are finding it difficult to write cyber in a general sense. Demand won’t drop off though. Nor will the threats.
Our guest speakers, cyberspace pioneers both from incumbents and insurtechs, are going to show you how to think about the ever-growing threat of cyber and how you can underwrite this emerging risk properly.
What new cyber risks are emerging?
How can insurers make the distinction between personal and commercial cyber insurance?
President, International Sales at SecurityScorecard
Matthew McKenna has over 15 years of experience commercializing emerging technologies in the supply chain management and cybersecurity space. Prior to SecurityScorecard, Matthew functioned as the Chief Operating Officer of SSH Communications...
Senior Vice President of Cyber Risk at Great American Insurance Group
Betty Shepherd joined Great American in 2018 to establish the Company’s Cyber Risk Division. Betty oversees existing cyber underwriting operations and coordinates product management and development on all Great American cyber products in addition...
Co-Founder and Executive Vice President at Envelop Risk
Paul Guthrie is a co-founder and EVP for Envelop Risk, a London-based underwriting agency applying artificial intelligence to complex risks. Paul was previously co- founder and Chief Strategy Officer at QxBranch, a quantum computing software firm...
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