Is Cyber the New Pandemic?
Cyber (re)insurance has changed tremendously over the past decade, with the loss potential growing significantly. The rapidly evolving cyber coverages, including a market move to stand-alone products, will require participants to leverage their market positions and continually adapt to the changing uncertain nature of cyber protection, particularly in the tremendous, cyber protection gap space of small-to-medium enterprises. The nature of the terrorism threat facing society has changed considerably in the last 20 years, and cyber terrorism is an example of developments within this peril. These developments have required regulation to consider the need for evolution in this area. Join ABIR as industry leaders discuss these topics and the intersection between cyber risks, terrorism and data privacy.
- Adam Farrell, Assistant Vice President - Financial Lines, Chubb
- Andrew Clarke, Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer, ACP Consultants
- George Alayon, Assistant Director, Bermuda Monetary Authority
- Leigh Wolfrom, Policy Analyst (Insurance), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- Nubiaa Shabaka, Chief Cyber Security & Privacy Legal Officer, AIG
Moderator: Suzanne Williams-Charles, ABIR Director of Policy and Regulation
Date: November 17, 2020
Time: 9am-10:30am ET/10am-11:30am AT
To register or submit a question in advance, please email Priscilla.Briones@abir.bm.