Date(s) - 25/11/2014
16:30 - 18:00
DPA jointly with the All Party Parliamentary Insurance & Financial Services Group
Tuesday 25 November 2014
THE INSURANCE IMPLICATIONS OF CYBER CRIME
CONFIRMED SPEAKERS Matt Cullen – Assistant Director, Head of Strategy, Association of British Insurers
Sarb Sembhi – Chair of the ISACA International Government & Regulatory Advocacy Committee and member of ISACA Relations Board
Sarah Stephens – Cyber Practice Lead, EMEA, Aon
Carla Baker – Senior Government Affairs Manager, Symantec
Orla MacRae – Assistant Director – Cyber Security, BIS Matt Webb – Head of Technology & Cyber, Hiscox UK
Please email email@example.com to request a place.
Cyber insurance (i.e. the opportunities and impacts of new technologies on the insurance sector) is rarely discussed in Parliament. Yet the role of Government is arguably significant to help monitor and ensure ongoing UK competitiveness and employment in an increasingly digital driven and smart technology era.
We are entering a new and unfamiliar world of opportunity which may, alongside these ground-breaking developments, require new ground rules. It is a world where huge quantities of data can be collected, processed and used, but also one with new risks and liabilities.
This session will bring parliamentarians and a wide group of well-placed insurance professionals and insurance related technologists and visionaries to discuss the opportunities and implicated implications of next general “cyber-insurance” provision.