Where COVID and Cyber Collide
Hear from John Neal, CEO of Lloyd’s of London as he sets the stage for the ‘Where COVID and Cyber Collide’ session with several insights on key cyber risk trends of our time. To deep dive into these points, specialists from Kroll and Beazley will be expanding on the implications of these trends and what risk managers should expect next.
Cyber risk is no longer just an IT issue; key decision-makers must be involved in the cyber conversation. Crisis preparedness is critical to mitigate the impact of an incident on your balance sheet, reputation and the trust of stakeholders.
Stress-testing incident response plans uncovers gaps that would otherwise be only found in the midst of a crisis. Think: 12 hours after the incident, in what stage of recovery are we at?
You are only as strong as your weakest link – this rings true particularly for cyber security, where human errors can often undermine the best laid cyber security systems. With employees and companies working from home en masse, technology tools that enable this arrangement to work (e.g. video conferencing platforms) have both been an efficiency boon and a security bane for companies, creating further exposures and threats in this space. What has transpired and what to expect next? Join us with our experts from Kroll, Beazley and Lazada to find out more.
Lloyd’s of London
Regional Managing Director,
APAC Cyber Risk Practice Head
Jessica B. Schappell
Senior Vice President, Risk Management