Differentiating Cyber Risk
During this training session participants will obtain a nuanced understanding of cyber risks and will ultimately be able to articulate, and differentiate between, the exposures and considerations of a variety of cyber risks.
This webinar will ask ‘who is a cyber risk?’, exploring the plentiful number of individuals and organisations who can contribute to cyber risk. In turn, their motivations will be identified and the attack vectors explored.
We will then relate these learnings to the lived experiences of Aberdeen CII’s membership. How do these risks show up within the insurance and financial planning sectors?
With the (un)authorised transfer of funds being of particular concern to the financial and professional services industry, we’ll discuss how the insurance market differentiates between ‘crime’ and ‘cyber’ risk.
Lastly, we’ll touch upon how COVID-19, and the trend towards long-term working from home, has led to a paradigm shift in cyber risk and how we can be more mindful of this in our daily practices.
By the end of this session participants will be:
- More confident in identifying a number of cyber risks, from particular actors to specific mediums and attack vectors
- Able to articulate the difference between financial crime risk and cyber risk
- Cognisant of the cyber risks pertinent to the insurance and financial planning industry
- Aware of how the ‘working from home’ environment has created new and differentiated cyber risk
Speaker Bio - Claire Davey
With a proven track record of seven-figure new business generation across an annual period, Claire was one of the London market’s most prominent brokers specialising in cyber risk. Claire has a decade’s experience working in financial services, helping large, global clients understand, mitigate and transfer cyber and contractual technology risks. She now designs and delivers training and coaching programmes for cyber security and risk management professionals.
She formalised her technical knowledge through the internationally renowned CISSP accreditation (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) along-side her ACII (Chartered Insurance) status, and further complemented by the softer skills acquired with a Diploma in Personal Performance Coaching.
Claire won the ‘Team Leader of the Year’ award at the Women in Insurance Awards, 2019 and was named finalist in the ‘Mentor of the Year’ category. She also received the Chubb Insurance Prize for ‘Risk Management’ in 2014.
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