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Your cyber risks and reputation? It’s all about your people and their behaviours.

Private Dining Rooms, Lloyd's Building

Wednesday 23 May 2018

08:30AM - 10:00AM

Introduction

The majority of cyber-attacks succeed because of one thing, human error - the unwitting actions of anyone in our insurance organisations.  Our people and their behaviour must sit at the heart of our cyber resilience strategies. An approach to staff training that truly engages and motivates your people is required. This needs to go beyond the annual ‘tick-box’ approach and provide the simple, practical guidance we all need. Hear about the challenges insurers face in developing and sustaining the right behaviours across their workforce and to hear what ‘good’ can look like.

Who Should Attend

Senior IT, operations or HR heads; regulatory or compliance professionals; security or staff development specialists in the Lloyd's and London insurance market. If this event is relevant to colleagues please forward this e-mail to them. Thank you.

Agenda

08:30 - 08:45
Arrival

08:45 - 08:50
Welcome and Introductions

08:50 - 10:00
Presentations and Q&A

10:00 - 10:00
Close.

Speakers

James Tuplin - Head of Cyber and Telecoms, Media and Technology (TMT): International Financial Lines at XL Catlin
James Tuplin

Head of Cyber and Telecoms, Media and Technology (TMT): International Financial Lines at XL Catlin

Nick Wilding - Head of Cyber Security at AXELOS Global Best Practice
Nick Wilding

Head of Cyber Security at AXELOS Global Best Practice

AXELOS is a joint venture set-up in 2014 by the Government and Capita, to develop, manage and operate qualifications in best practice, in methodologies formerly owned by the Office of Government Commerce (OGC).

Kev Eley - Enterprise Client Director at LogRhythm
Kev Eley

Enterprise Client Director at LogRhythm

LogRhythm have led the Gartner Magic Quadrant Report for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) since 2012.

 

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