The Evolving Cyber Threat Landscape ~ Data Loss & Breach Disclosure
Lloyd's Library, Lloyd's Building, One Lime Street, London EC3M 7HA,
Wednesday 29 May 2013
16:00PM - 17:15PM
Cyberspace has brought immense benefit to our society but in the midst of the ongoing 'digital and big data explosion', every new advance also brings with it greater opportunity for those with malign intent. Many organisations seek to address these threats at a technical level, with limited understanding of the business risk. Recent high profile events have shown that this approach can leave the most sophisticated organisations vulnerable. What lessons have been learned and what about breach disclosure?
During this meeting we will outline an approach that insurance organisations could take to understand the business risks they are facing, and what each organisation, irrespective of size, could do in order to help combat these risks.
Who Should Attend
This 75-minute seminar will be of interest to COO's, CIO's, CISOs/heads of security, CRO's, Underwriters, IT directors, compliance, business and risk analysts, infrastructure team leaders from Lloyd's and London insurance market affiliated companies, who wish to build their understanding of this very important and emerging landscape. If this event is relevant to other colleagues within your company then please forward this e-mail to them.
Senior Underwriter, XL Catlin
Team Leader, Symantec Northern EMEA Security Practice
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