2020 security risks of Cloud computing in the insurance sector
Lloyd's Library, Lloyd's Building, One Lime Street, London EC3M 7HA,
Tuesday 11 February 2020
08:30AM - 10:00AM
One concern about Cloud computing dwarfs all others – the inherent security risk of running enterprise-wide Cloud systems. According to recent studies, two-thirds of IT professionals say that security is their main focus in Cloud migration. So for 2020, improving security will be the key Cloud objective.
Speakers at this must-attend forum will discuss the results of a new UK insurance industry cyber risk assessment and make recommendations to reduce risk and enhance secure file transfer. Delegates will also be offered a 30-day trial of a bespoke cyber risk assessment of their own company. Delivered by Lloyd's market professionals and leading security experts, this fast-paced forum gives an insight into some of the newest cyber and fraud threats and the proactive steps that market companies can take to combat them.
Who Should Attend
A ‘must attend’ for senior business, IT and security professionals; system architects and developers; finance officers; risk and compliance executives. If relevant to colleagues please forward details of this forum to them. Thank you.
'Introductions and Scene Setting'
Northdoor plc (AP) and CEO of RiskXchange
'Measuring and managing security risk in the UK insurance industry'
An active member of Cyber Exchange UK and with more than 25 years experience in financial services IT risk and security, Darren is currently a consulting and entrepreneurial business leader as well as an independent expert to the European Commission. He has spent 20 years in information security, helping global financial services firms assess and manage their cyber security risks.
Director at CyberCrowd
'Forewarned is forearmed...or at very least prepared and informed'
A 'Computing Women in IT Excellence finalist for Rising Star SME 2019', Janine works to support organisations to understand their appetite to risk, and the challenges they face around cyber security, information governance and cyber threat.
There has been a significant increase in companies knowing that the topic of cyber-attack, risk mitigation, data control and end user awareness are top priorities at Board and Ex level in order to protect the business. The challenge is, WHAT do they do and HOW do they start? We are helping to provide clarity.
At CyberCrowd we work with organisations from the SME’s market up to global enterprise companies, “no company is too big or too small not to have cyber security on their agenda”.
Senior Sales Executive, Insurance and Financial Services at email security specialist, Egress Software Technologies
'It’s time to turn the tide on email data breaches'
This talk will examine ‘well-intentioned data breaches', giving latest insights to:
- The damage caused when allowing unauthorised access to company data;
- The psychology behind these incidents;
- How advances in Machine Learning (ML) and Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technology is helping to solve this problem.