How cyber criminals by-pass corporate security (and what you can do to stop them)
Lloyd's Library, Lloyd's Building, One Lime Street, London EC3M 7HA,
Thursday 26 May 2016
08:30AM - 10:00AM
Post Event Update
Presentation team and prize draw winner
Congratulations! The winner of the Forum iPad Mini goes to Clive Kingston, Senior Information Security Specialist at XL Catlin, for best suggestion for a future ‘Security Matters’ Forum Title/Theme:
“Spies in the Sky – Increasing use of remote imaging systems such as drones and their effect on security and privacy”
Cyber security - defined as the protection of systems, networks and data storage in cyberspace - is a critical issue for the market. More so as market firms find new and innovative ways to capture, store, analyse and share company data, they must also find secure ways to protect their information data assets - often the crown jewels of any organisation.
Juniper Research recently predicted that the rapid digitisation of consumers’ lives and enterprise records will increase the cost of data breaches to $2.1 trillion globally by 2019, increasing to almost four times the estimated cost of breaches in 2015.
Delivered by Lloyd's market professionals and leading UK security experts, this 75-minute seminar exposes the dangers facing the insurance sector - from within and externally - and reveals some of the newest cyber threat defences, which could aid market firms (irrespective of size) to pre-emp and reduce system vulnerabilities and the insider threat.
Who Should Attend
This 75-minute fast paced, thought provoking briefing is tailored to the needs of C-Level, underwriters, brokers, IT, security, compliance, risk, analysts and finance professionals in the Lloyd’s and London insurance market. If relevant to other colleagues within your company then please make this event known to them. Thank you.
Prize draw to win an Apple iPad Mini.
Senior Manager, Cyber at BAE Systems
“Who will be the next Mossack Fonseca? The Insider Security Threat.”
Identifying insider threats before they happen is hard. Although many detection approaches have been tried, they are generally onerous to manage and impede legitimate business. BAE Systems has helped clients to protect critical information assets for over 40 years. In this talk, we discuss the threats and areas of risk most likely to impact Insurers and explore what you can do to defend against them and mitigate the impact.
Manager UK & Ireland, Security Architecture Team at Dell SecureWorks
“The External Cyber Threat Landscape.”
In this talk we will present the latest intelligence from the Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit on the cyber threat landscape. He will discuss both targeted and commodity threats, and how the threat landscape is changing. What are the motives of threat actors, and what could make your organisation a target together with some pragmatic advice on what you can do to protect your critical information assets and reduce risk?
Cyber Security Specialist at Palo Alto Networks
“Prevention is Better than Cure.”
In this talk we will identify why frequently deployed reactive approaches to security have failed to halt the rise of advanced cyber-attacks. How knowledge of common attack methodologies can stop advanced attackers from being successful at any stage in the attack lifecycle and receive steers/latest best practice techniques on how to significantly improve your security posture through a preventative security strategy.
This is a free event but places are strictly limited. To secure your place and receive an e-confirmation of your registration simply add your details to the above panel.
Supported by globally-respected academics, authors, innovators and senior insurance market sector professionals, the quarterly 'IT Matters'and 'Security Matters' Forums and their follow-up companion Round Table Briefings may contribute towards your own sector-recognised CPD vocational training modules. Our aim is to provide learning forums for practitioners who work in any capacity for Lloyd's and London insurance market company affiliates, trade associations, professional bodies and standards agencies engaged on behalf of these organisations.
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