The Changing Relationship of Cyber Insurance With Risk Prevention and the Public Sector
Tuesday, July 28, 2020 at 11 AM ET
The United States now operates in a cyber landscape that requires a level of data security, resilience, and trustworthiness that neither the U.S. government nor the private sector alone is currently equipped to provide.
The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act chartered the U.S. Cyberspace Solarium Commission to address this challenge by answering two fundamental questions:
Several recommendations explicitly enjoin the participation of the cyber insurance industry:
This panel of cyber risk experts discusses the relevance, importance, actionability, and contours of these propositions. As well, they will discuss the evolving value proposition of cyber insurers as offering indemnity as well as risk prevention, including how to strike a proper balance.
Erin Ayers, Editor, Cyber Front Page News, Advisen (Moderator)
Christopher Keegan, Senior Managing Director, Cyber & Technology National Practice Leader, Beecher Carlson
Erin Kenneally, Director of Cyber Risk Analytics, Guidewire-Cyence
John Merchant, Managing Director, Optio Group