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Cyber Risk Management 2019 – a force to be reckoned with

October 3

The Hotel, Brussels, Belgium

Event Details

Date:
October 3
					

It is now widely recognised by most boards and risk management and IT security professionals that it is not a question of if, but when a cyberattack will occur.

Increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks can catch even well-governed organisations offguard, exposing them and their customers to possible identity theft and fraud, and threatening the organisation’s reputation, customer base and revenue.

The cyber risk landscape is constantly evolving, and the threats have gone much further than putting just a company’s data at risk. Business interruption and associated reputational concerns have never been voiced by organisations as much as they are now, but still we know awareness remains an issue and companies are still being far too reactive in their protocols.

Venue

Address
The Hotel
Boulevard de Waterloo, 38
Brussels, 1000 Belgium
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Day 1

09:00
Registration and coffee
09:30
Welcome address
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
09:45
Keynote
10:15
Panel discussion: Optimising cyber security and enterprise risk management
This session will explore the main vulnerabilities in a company’s cyber ecosystem, key threats at the forefront of the minds of risk managers according to a survey carried out by Commercial Risk, while flagging the range of solutions available to help prepare for the unknown unknowns.
Gülsah Dagdelen Gülsah Dagdelen Senior Underwriter Cyber - Continental Europe Tokio Marine HCC
Adri van der Waart Adri van der Waart Corporate Insurance Manager Arcadis
11:00
Coffee break
11:20
Presentation and panel discussion: Insurance market outlook
Cyber insurance is trending upward, the industry is growing, and the technology around it is evolving at a very quick pace. This session will look at five trends that are likely to catapult the cyber insurance industry forward. • Regulation • An increase in demand in business interruption and reputation cover • Awareness around silent cyber risk • Growth of cyber MGAs/MGUs across the world • The development of cyber insurance linked Securities (ILS) market and cyber risk pools
Jerome Gosse Jerome Gosse Cyber Manager Continental Europe Chubb
Mark Camillo Mark Camillo Head of Cyber, Europe AIG
12:05
Workshop sessions: Identifying the threat
12:05
Workshop session 1: Coverage gap analysis and risk modelling
Conducting coverage gap analysis has never been so important when it comes to cyber. This workshop will be focused on how to identify your greatest cyber risks; those that can fall through the gaps and how to prioritise your remedial actions and improve the way you can transfer the risk.
Alexander Nicolai Alexander Nicolai Junior Cyber Business Developer BeLux Marsh
Anne-Sophie Coppens Anne-Sophie Coppens Cyber Practice Leader BeLux Marsh
12:05
Workshop session 2: Building global cyber programmes
Structuring global insurance programmes such as property are on the whole pretty commonplace, but how do you go about considering the structure of a global programme for a continuously evolving risk, such as cyber.
12:05
Workshop session 3: Choosing your cyber security partner
When it comes to cyber risk management, partnerships are becoming more and more commonplace, but how do you know what you need out of the partnership and what factors you should consider before sharing the risk load with a third party?
Frank Vanhoonacker Frank Vanhoonacker Underwriting Manager Professional Liability and Cyber AIG
12:50
Lunch
14:00
Debate: Silent cyber risk is not sufficiently covered by the insurance products available in the market
This debate has been grumbling on for some time but as stakeholders become better informed about the risks cyber present will the lines between affirmative and non-affirmative cyber coverage become clearer? This session will debate whether silent cyber can really be eradicated and look at the impact of better data to improve standalone products.
Herman Kerremans Herman Kerremans Business Development Manager Marsh Belux
14:30
Workshop sessions: Prevention, cure and recovery
14:30
Workshop session 1 - Prevention and incident planning
This workshop will provide guidance on how risk managers can improve the way they work with internal IT teams to better understand cyber exposures, prepare tighter risk management/preventative procedures and have a more holistic approach to communicating the real threat to the board.
Xavier Marguinaud Xavier Marguinaud Cyber Underwriter Manager Tokio Marine HCC
14:30
Workshop session 2: Recovery management
This workshop will endeavour to provide tabletop exercises with breach response partners on how to apply remedial actions to a cyber attack.
Edmon Oude Edmon Oude Head, Data Protection & Privacy Team, CMS Netherlands
14:30
Focus session 3: How can your captive play a role?
The ability to keep pace with an ever-evolving risk landscape is a challenging proposition; such a task becomes even harder in light of ever increasing frequency, sophistication and impacts of various cyber attacks that have plagued companies domestically and worldwide. For this reason, it is becoming more common for organisations to look internally to address cyber exposures through the use of a captive.
15:15
Coffee break
15:35
Presentation and panel discussion: Ransomware - Facts, threats and countermeasures
Ransomware has been a prominent threat to large corporations, SMEs and individuals alike for some time now. This session aims to contextualise ransomware attacks and assist with prevention and response techniques to how critical infrastructure operators manage the risk of being attacked by ransomware. This session will look at: • Latest trends in ransomware attacks • Update on the regulations and legal issues when it comes to managing the fall out of an attack • How should firms respond to ransomware attacks and prepare negotiation protocols
Anthony Hess Anthony Hess Senior Director Kivu
Michael Park Michael Park Cyber Claims Manager Chubb Overseas General
16:20
Cyber security, risk awareness and the domino effect
Cyber security issues can arise in areas that are not necessarily at the forefront of the minds of risk teams, for example, in transactional work, joint ventures, projects work and outsourcing. This session will aide learning around ensuring cyber security is adequately addressed as part of due diligence and contractual negotiations in a corporate transaction and in relation to projects.
Maxime Hanriot Maxime Hanriot Senior Associate CMS Lefebvre Avocats
17:00
Closing remarks
17:10
Drinks reception

Edmon Oude Edmon Oude Head, Data Protection & Privacy Team, CMS Netherlands
Maxime Hanriot Maxime Hanriot Senior Associate CMS Lefebvre Avocats
Anthony Hess Anthony Hess Senior Director Kivu
Michael Park Michael Park Cyber Claims Manager Chubb Overseas General
Alexander Nicolai Alexander Nicolai Junior Cyber Business Developer BeLux Marsh
Anne-Sophie Coppens Anne-Sophie Coppens Cyber Practice Leader BeLux Marsh
Jerome Gosse Jerome Gosse Cyber Manager Continental Europe Chubb
Gülsah Dagdelen Gülsah Dagdelen Senior Underwriter Cyber - Continental Europe Tokio Marine HCC
Xavier Marguinaud Xavier Marguinaud Cyber Underwriter Manager Tokio Marine HCC
Frank Vanhoonacker Frank Vanhoonacker Underwriting Manager Professional Liability and Cyber AIG
Adrian Ladbury Adrian Ladbury Editorial Director Commercial Risk Europe
Herman Kerremans Herman Kerremans Business Development Manager Marsh Belux
Adri van der Waart Adri van der Waart Corporate Insurance Manager Arcadis
Mark Camillo Mark Camillo Head of Cyber, Europe AIG

For speaking or sponsorship opportunities please contact Hugo Foster hfoster@commercialriskonline.com / +44 (0)7894 718 724

For speaking opportunities please contact Hugo Foster hfoster@commercialriskonline.com / +44 (0)7894 718 724

For sponsorship opportunities please contact Hugo Foster hfoster@commercialriskonline.com / +44 (0)7894 718 724

Delegate Rates

Risk and Insurance Managers - Free to attend

Belrim and Narim members (non-risk managers) -  £75 (+VAT where applicable)

All other delegates - £195 (+ VAT where applicable)

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