Mitigate cyber risk – Free breakfast seminar
Cyber criminal activity is one of the biggest challenges face. It is predicted that cyber crime will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021 (Cyber security Ventures).
Businesses often struggle to identify effective solutions to protect, manage and mitigate cyber risk.
Cooke and Mason, chartered insurance brokers, alongside PIB Risk Management will be hosting a breakfast seminar in association with Lincolnshire Police and CFC Underwriting Ltd.
Our informative event is designed for large businesses, small SMEs and the local professional community.
The theme of the seminar is to inform delegates on existing and potential cyber risks and provide insight into areas where businesses can improve and respond to cyber security.
The seminar programme includes:
8.30 – 8.50 Complementary breakfast and refreshments
9.00 – 9.05 Introduction from Iain Atkinson, Head of Business Development, Cooke and Mason, Lincoln
9.05 – 9.40 Luke Casey, Cyber Protect Officer, Lincolnshire Police
Luke will provide insight and knowledge into the world of cyber crime, types of cyber-attacks, how business are targeted, strategies to mitigate and how the policy can help prevent cyber-attacks.
9.40- 10.20 Jim Dixon, International Cyber Underwriter, CFC
CFC will discuss their experience in claims volume, frequency and type (ransomware, data breach etc) and provide case study examples, providing insight into things to identify and consider within a policy.
10.20-10.35 Stuart Upon, Systems and Process Director at PIB Risk Management
Our in-house team of Risk Managers will discuss strategies to mitigate cyber risk and inform the audience on solutions to support your business.
10.35- 10.50 Live questions and answers
11.10 Close and networking