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Monday 10 February 2020 17:30 - 20:00

What do good cyber practices look like and, to what extent, can we as an industry implement these operationally and recognise these for underwriting?

This event is of interest to the wider actuarial and insurance community because it covers general cyber security risk that affects each and every one of us from an operational perspective. This session will address specific actions, examples of historical and potential operational incidents as well as academic theoretical perspectives.

All the talks for this symposium are intended to be high level to give a flavour of the risks. Will also be attended by academics to add theoretical perspective and provide greater opportunities for networking. The mix of attendees promises an informative discussion on current challenges for both the industry and the consumer.

17.00-17.30 Registration and refreshments
17.30-17.35 Chairs opening remarks: Daniel Bruce

How you can all benefit from the work of the Cyber Risk Investigation Working Party: Visesh Gosrani


Do past incidents predict those in the future?: Richard Campanha


A CISO's perspective on managing Cyber Risk: Zoe Mackenzie

18.05-18.15 Quantifying cyber risk – an introduction to an academic paper on modelling Cyber Risk: Madhu Acharyya
18.15-18.25 Challenges with quantifying cyber risk from an academic perspective: Tiejun Ma
18:25- 18:50 What does good Cyber practice look like for different types and sizes of businesses?: Stav Pischits and Lucijana Herman
18:50- 19:15 Is good achievable? How can we work better together to achieve a better outcome and how do you measure what good looks like?: Panel Discussion
19.15-19.20 Close: Daniel Bruce
19.20-20.00 Drinks and Networking
20.00 Event close




Staple Inn Hall, High Holborn, London, WC1V 7QJ

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Chancery Lane Station