Digitisation and interconnectivity continue to drive global change at an unprecedented pace. With this comes an inevitable rise in ransomware, data breaches, operating system exposures and for insurance carriers, cyber claims. Cyber risks are constantly evolving and being able to identify and separate the good from the bad through specific data signals has become crucial to allow underwriters to make informed, profitable decisions.
What risk signals are important and how do you interpret them? How can underwriters use these risk signals to make informed decisions? What steps can be taken to mitigate cyber incidents and losses?
Find out in this webinar, where you’ll hear from:
Kelly Castriotta, Managing Director - Global Cyber Underwriting Executive, Markel
Michael Palotay, Chief Underwriting Officer, Tokio Marine HCC
Jacob Ingerslev, Head of Global Cyber Risk, The Hartford
John Anderson, Principal, Client Product Advisory, CyberCube
Moderator: Stuart Rose, Senior Analyst - P&C Insurance, Aite Group
By registering for this webinar, you will:
- Understand the key risks that contribute to cyber insurance claims today and the technology trends that are driving them
- Explore how making data-driven decisions on cyber risk selection can shine a path to profitable books of cyber business
- Consider the challenges of changing attack vectors in the search for relevant cyber risk signals and point in time assessments vs on-going monitoring in the policy period
- Discuss what signals and indicators suggest cyber vulnerabilities and offer actionable recommendations for interpreting those into better, more informed underwriting decisions