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During this interactive session, Marsh’s cyber risk experts will guide participants through 4 cyber ‘stations’ with each one providing insight into a different aspect of cyber risk and offering useful takeaways that can be implemented in the participant’s organisation.
Station 1 – cyber emergency – do’s and dont’s when a cyber event occurs with our Cyber Incident Management Leader, Helen Nuttall.
Station 2 – Using scenarios and analytics to quantify cyber risk. The team will show you how to utilise scenario analysis to develop loss models that quantify the potential exposure to cyber events in your organisation
Station 3 – The 12 key controls – a path to cyber security maturity. Get insight into the cyber security controls that insurers consider the most important for protecting the organisation from cyber events
Station 4 – Cyber Insurance – Understand the types of cyber coverages available and the ‘heads of cover’ and get guidance on how to analyse what is important to your organisation.
By the end of the session, you will be able to:
Identify the pitfalls of managing a cyber incident
Use scenarios to begin to identify and quantify cyber risk in your business
Understand how cyber insurers analyse cyber security controls
Understand the types of cyber coverages available and the ‘heads of cover’ so that you can consider what might be important to your organisation.
8.45 – 9.15 – Welcome and breakfast
9.15 – 10.15 – Introduction to cyber
10.15 – 10.45 – Coffee break
10.45 – 11.50 – Roundtable focus sessions
4 x 10 minute rotations around stations;
Station 1 – cyber emergency – do’s and dont’s when a cyber event occurs (Helen)
Station 2 – Using scenarios and analytics to quantify cyber risk (Brian)
Station 3 – the 12 key controls – a path to cyber security maturity (Cal)
Station 4 – cyber insurance – heads of cover and key considerations (Yue)
11.50 – 12.00 – Closing remarks
Gareth Bateman, UK Cyber Growth Leader, Marsh
Yue Yang, UK Retail Cyber Team Leader, Marsh
Helen Nuttall, UK Head of Cyber Incident Management, Marsh