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In a digital world insurers must strive to understand risks that fall outside the physical environment. Both cyber security and data privacy are considered to be two of the biggest digital risks facing insurers today. As demand for insurance products covering digital risks grows and a competitive cyber insurance market begins to take shape, some key questions begin to emerge: What exactly is cyber insurance? What are the digital risks that cyber insurance should aim to cover? How are digital risks priced and traded?
Join us to explore the latest challenges, opportunities and innovations in the shadowed world of digital risk!
Cyber Insurance: The latest cyber product innovations covering pricing, commercial and personal lines and distribution. Data ownership and privacy: An heightened awareness of data ownership and data stewardship is a growing trend. See the companies supporting society to take back control. Digital risk prevention and cyber security: Prevention is key to a sustainable insurance business model, this is especially true in a growing cyber line of business.
Our Speaker: Rachel Anne Carter
Dr. Rachel Anne Carter is the Director of The Geneva Association’s Cyber program, which promotes global industry thought leadership and industry innovation. She leads the Geneva Association and IFTRIP Cyber Terrorism and Cyber Warfare Task Force.
Rachel has worked in the international policy environment in the OECD and the London insurance market at Lloyd’s, Tokio Marine Kiln, AmTrust and Pool Re. She has research, strategy, underwriting, policy, consulting, regulatory and corporate experience. She is a regular speaker at international conferences and has even spoken at the World Economic Forum (special focus cyber event). She has research experience in natural catastrophe, terrorism, cyber and cyber war and corresponding insurance solutions. Prior to entering the commercial sector she was an academic in two Australian Universities. In this capacity she presented evidence in Australian Parliament, co-authored a book and contributed to academic research papers and reports.
She holds a PhD in Law (Insurance).
01:00 - 01:05 PM:
01:05 - 01:20 PM:
01:20 - 01:30 PM:
Fireside Chat - Cyber Insurance
01:30 - 02:00 PM:
Startup Pitches - Cyber Insurance
02:00 - 02:15 PM:
02:15 - 02:25 PM:
Fireside Chat - Data Ownership and Privacy
02:25 - 02:55 PM:
Startup Pitches - Data Ownership and Privacy
02:55 - 03:10 PM:
03:10 - 03:20 PM:
Fireside Chat - Digital Risk Prevention and Cyber Security
03:20 - 03:50 PM:
Startup Pitches - Digital Risk Prevention and Cyber Security