Ransomware attacks skyrocketed 148% in March 2020 (according to VMware Carbon Black data) with financial services, healthcare and manufacturing being the hardest hit. There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 crisis has escalated the risk of malicious cyber-attacks as organisations large and small increase their reliance on remote working and online services.
Cyber insurance has gone from a key cog in a modern company’s insurance portfolio, to a top priority in a matter of weeks. As COVID-19 reshapes the corporate landscape how can you prepare? How can you work with risk managers more effectively? And how can you make faster, more accurate assessments of the best risks to insure, based on your company’s approach and risk tolerance?
Find out in this upcoming webinar, sponsored by CyberCube, and featuring these expert speakers:
- Timothy Zeilman, VP, Global Product Owner – Cyber, The Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company
- Jacob Ingerslev, Head of Global Cyber Risk, The Hartford
- Jon Laux, Head of Cyber Analytics, Aon Reinsurance Solutions
- Darren Thomson, Head of Cyber Security Strategy, CyberCube
- Moderator: Claire Churchard, Deputy Editor, Intelligent Insurer
You'll find out how to:
· Identify the new cyber risks associated with COVID-19, including compromised network security for remote working, increased vulnerability to phishing and the emergence of Covid-19 related cyber scams
· Consider the practical steps insurers can take to deliver proactive risk management advice that supports policyholders to reduce exposure and remain cyber resilient amid the Covid-19 crisis
· Harness the opportunity to review cyber catastrophe potential and assess how (re)insurers might consider accumulation risk in the light of the pandemic
This webinar is sponsored by CyberCube. By signing up you agree to share your data with this organisation.