Speaking a Common Language:
From On-Boarding to the Board Room
Cyber and climate change risks are now ranked as the top concerns facing the world and, economically, they represent huge societal, human and business costs. A cyberattack can jeopardize operations and create reputational and brand damage, which causes irreparable harm to larger companies and threatens the very existence of smaller ones. Cyberattacks can also bring public infrastructure to its knees.
Organizations are becoming more invested in mitigation and are aware of their obligation to manage down cyber risk, yet precisely where ownership lies regarding corporate resiliency is often unclear and unclaimed. As threat actors continue to evade into their virtual rabbit holes, the chasm widens between the real exposure on the front line and the perception of cyber risk in the boardroom.
The carefully curated world-class agenda for the second annual Bermudian edition of the International Cyber Risk Management Conference focuses on tangible takeaways that cyber risk stakeholders can use to strengthen resilience and improve cyber risk communication across their organizations and their supply chains.
Wednesday, December 04, 2019
Interactive IBM Security Tabletop Workshop
Limited space - apply upon registration
Welcoming Cocktail Reception
Thursday, December 05, 2019
IBM Security Tabletop Workshop Takeaways
Speaking the Same Language: Bridging the Gaps Between Boards, CISOs, CROs & CLOs
Chief Security Officer, Argo AI and adjunct faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University
Networking Break Sponsored by RSA Security
Concurrent Session A: Emerging Coverage and Claim Trends
Senior VP and National E&O/Cyber Product Leader Aon Professional Risk Solutions
Concurrent Session B: The CISO Perspective
CISO Emeritus, former CISO Thomson, Brandeis University, George Washington University