Proving You’re a Safe Bet: How to Get the Cyber Insurance Your Business Needs

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Charlotte Jupp - Panaseer, Nathan Hankin - Aon and Sean Martin - ITSPmagazine

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The rise of ransomware is putting both cyber insurers and their potential customers under increasing pressure. The surge in both the frequency and value of customer claims - coupled with the fact that it’s difficult to accurately assess cyber risk - has meant that enterprise security teams and insurers are at a kind of impasse. As a result, security leaders are facing numerous challenges: insurance premiums are rising, policy coverage is being limited, and insurers are demanding more detailed evidence of a strong security posture. It's leading many enterprises to question the value of cyber insurance. In this discussion, Charlotte Jupp, Head of Security Performance Management at Panaseer is joined by Nathan Hankin, Senior Cyber Broker, Commercial Risks Solutions, at Aon; and Sean Martin, CISSP and co-founder, ITSPmagazine, to share how security leaders can navigate the complex landscape of securing the cyber insurance the modern business needs. Join them to learn: - The factors impacting insurance premiums and the challenges insurers face when assessing cyber risk - How to prove security posture to insurers and the necessary steps to take to get there - Why Continuous Controls Monitoring (CCM) technology can help you secure a reasonable premium - What the future looks like for insurer and customer, and what could drive positive change for the industry as a whole - And more

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