Cyber Insight 2018 | Wednesday 14 November | The Tower Hotel, London

Welcome to Cyber Insight 2018

As the world becomes more interconnected cyber risk continues to grow, with an estimated 7 million cyber crimes committed against small firms in the UK each year. And despite a growing awareness of the threat, and a surge in sales after GDPR, many SMEs still underestimate their exposure and are not prepared, or able, to respond to an incident.

Across a packed programme Cyber Insight will give brokers the know-how they need to secure the best cyber cover for their clients.

Agenda

09:00

Registration and Refreshments

09:30

Welcome from Insurance Times
Saxon east, content director, Insurance Times

09:35

Keynote address | Details TBC

10:05

Panel discussion: Market update

  • What has changed in the cyber insurance landscape in the last year?
  • Key cyber risks and emerging risks: ransomware and data breaches
  • What are the current attitudes and buying patterns?
  • Latest claims experiences

10:35

Showcase | Cyber policies demystified

Sifting through different cyber policies and understanding the complexity of cyber policy wording can be an arduous task. This can further impact the risk discussion and the client's choice. This case study will outline how the use of a cyber insurance policy comparison engine can assist brokers in the analysis and presentation of the ideal cover for their clients.
Senior representative, STORM Guidance

11:15

Morning refreshments and networking

11:45

GDPR Update: Interview

Despite a surge in sales after GDPR, many SMEs still underestimate their exposure and are not prepared, or able, to respond to an incident. How do you boost awareness and help your clients prepare for the worst?

12:15

Making that sale | Workshop

Engaging with SMEs can prove to be difficult especially for those who believe it is just an IT risk when it is also a people risk. What are the main challenges? What is the market currently offering SMEs? What causes the most confusion for buyers? Are insurers catering to the specific needs of SMEs?

13:05

Lunch and networking

14:05

Cyber insight gets personal: huddles

  • Cyber claims experiences
  • Choosing the best policy
  • Jargon busting for clients
  • Nurturing tomorrow's broker
  • Trends emerging in the US
  • Where does cyber coverage overlap in non-cyber policies?

14:35

Debate
Traditional vs. Standalone insurance (pre-loss and post-loss services)

14:55

Cybercrime and social engineering

Details to be confirmed

15:35

Afternoon tea and networking

16:05

Cyber product report

16:35

Interactive presentation: Live Hack

17:10

Goodbye

Please note that session content and timings are subject to change

Tickets

Brokers

There are a limited number of FOC tickets available to insurance brokers. These tickets are available on a first come first served basis and are restricted to one per company (additional delegates will be added to a waitlist which will be opened nearer the event if there are still spaces available). Once all FOC places have gone broker tickets will be available at £299 + VAT each.

To book your ticket please click here.

Non-brokers

For more information regarding these tickets please email Richard Turner

Sponsorship

There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available for Cyber Insight, for more information please contact:

Richard Turner
head of sales
020 7618 3408
richard.turner@insurancetimes.co.uk

Jack Thomson
account executive
020 7618 3433
jack.thomson@insurancetimes.co.uk

Cyber Insight 2018 | Wednesday 14 November | The Tower Hotel, London