Cyber Risk and Insurance Innovation Europe 2023: sign up now
While the market continues to try to find a balance between buyers’ demands for affordable cyber cover and insurers protecting themselves from catastrophic and systemic losses, it needs to answer some questions: Is the industry prepared for a systemic event? Can the cyber market absorb a catastrophic widespread event?
Join us in person at the Cyber Risk and Insurance Innovation Europe 2023 event taking place on 7 February 2023 in London to hear directly from 40+ leading cybersecurity and risk experts who will share novel tips and best practices, helping you tackle major concerns including systemic risk, cybersecurity risk assessment, underwriting challenges, growth opportunities and market cooperation.
To find out how to create a sustainable cyber insurance marketplace, download the event brochure here. Plus you’ll receive an exclusive discount code to register for the upcoming event
By joining us in London in February, you’ll meet and hear from:
- Sarah Stephens, Head of Cyber, International & Cyber Divisional Leader, FINPRO UK, Marsh Specialty
- Sie Liang Lau, Head of Lloyd’s Capital Provision & Cyber, UK & London Market, SCOR
- Neil Arklie, Head of Cyber Underwriting, Lloyd’s
- Jurgen Reinhart, Chief Underwriter Cyber, Munich Re
- Jonas Schwade, Product Manager, Cysmo
While attending this event, you’ll access expert insights on how to confront systemic risk and a lack of capacity to ensure a stable cyber market, among other issues affecting policyholders, re/insurers, brokers, managing general agents (MGAs), industry bodies and solution providers.
You’ll gain access to insights shared by senior cyber experts:
- Cyber risk aggregation is expanding for the insurance industry given the increasing adoption of cyber insurance. What innovative solutions could carriers provide for policyholders to ensure the long-term sustainability of the market?
- Can you trust vulnerability scans, risk reports/scores and cyber ratings based on (historical) data that is often limited, in a very fast-paced market with a constantly changing threat environment? Discuss the difficulties present when assessing cyber exposure
- Proactive, not reactive: how can we encourage the shift from handling cyber claims to preventing claims?
- Addressing capacity challenges: what will drive capacity growth and when can we see a “soft” cyber market? Will we be seeing more new players and participants covering risk: insurtechs, MGAs or alternative means of securitisation (ILS/ART)?
- Will a structured approach to quantifying catastrophic cyber risk result in more cyber insurance capacity in the market?
- As the market needs to find a balance between buyers’ demands for affordable cyber cover and insurers protecting themselves from catastrophic and systemic losses, is the industry prepared for a systemic event? Can the cyber market absorb a catastrophic widespread event?