INSURANCE APPROACHES TO CYBER RISK MANAGEMENT
Cyber risk is everyone’s business as organizations of every size are under threat of attack. The organizational impact can range from manageable to catastrophic, making cyber risk management a pressing issue.
Does your organization have a plan to manage cyber risk, and cover the costs of business recovery after an attack?
The International Cyber Risk Management Conference (ICRMC) provides delegates with an essential forum to learn from experts, network and share experiences with peers and colleagues, and get the answers they need to help them manage the risk and impact caused by a cyber breach.
DECEMBER 6-7, 2018 – HAMILTON PRINCESS & BEACH CLUB, BERMUDA
Theme: Insurance Approaches to Cyber Risk Management
Emcee: Adam Segal, Director of Cyberspace and Digital Policy Program at Council on Foreign Relations
- Current Cyber Risk Trends and How They’re Impacting Services and Offerings
- Cyber Pricing, Underwriting, Modelling and Reserving
- Reinsurance and ILS – Managing Cyber Cat Risk
- From Blockchain to Crypto-Currency – Cyber Security Implications
- Employing AI in Cyber Risk Management
- Private meetings, networking and more!
What Past ICRMC Bermuda Attendees Have Said
“The 2018 International Cyber Risk Managment Conference in Bermuda offered the perfect blend of cyber technical content as well as international insurance market perspective in an environment that was highly conducive to networking. I highly recommend this conference for anyone that is serous about understanding this rapidly evolving market place.”
—William Stewart, Division President, Global Cyber Risk Practice, Chubb
“The speaker list was extremely talented – with some of the speakers having spent a portion of their careers doing Cyber Risk Management for the Secret Service, FBI and the Department of Justice. The in-depth stories during the socials added another level to the event and I learned as much there as during the sessions. I have already penciled in December for the next ICRMC.”
—Darius Delon, President, Risk Management 101 and Past Chair of RIMS Canada Council