Cyber Security Risk Management: Finding and Fixing Your Security Vulnerabilities
9:15 AM-10:45 AM EST
Your organization’s increased automation and investment in technology and artificial intelligence make vital your cyber security awareness and preparations. Play your part in minimizing the cyber talent gap of risk professionals as one step in cyber risk mitigation. Examine the growing dependence on cyber networks and increasing interdependence that generate threats with national and global implications. Learn about the scale of the threats and related adaptations for your internal risk management strategy.
Speakers: Philip Renaud and James Trainor
Cyber Resilience with Social Media and Digital DNA: Managing Risk from the Inside Out
11:00 AM-12:00 PM EST
As you experience a live hack and the investigation debriefing, get to know the cyber risks as well as the risk management resources available to you through skilled use of social media and digital DNA. Better understand social media, its relation to cyber crime and internet-based claims issues. Reconsider your social media and anti-fraud strategies from technical, investigative and litigation perspectives. Prepare to reduce risk from inside users, guide investigations and manage claims.
Speakers: Keith Elliott, Barbara Jeanne Schultz, Kevin Ripa
Dealing with Artificial Intelligence Incidents: Plan Now to Have Evidence Later
1:30 PM-2:30 PM EST
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning systems—whether making decisions within a computer system or operating equipment—are built and fielded at an ever-increasing rate. But they are not without risks, as recent incidents prove. Join a panel discussion of the need for digital evidence of AI actions and decisions. Examine ways you can assure, before the fact, that appropriate logging and log preservation are designed into AI-based systems with a methodology to avoid post-incident problems.
Speakers: Lee Kurman, Alan Brill, Elaine Wood
Silent Cyber: Viewing Cyber as a Peril
3:00 PM-4:00 PM EST
Have you been enticed by the idea of expanded insurance coverage that includes new elements of cyber risk at an attractive cost? Take a look at how cyber risks have been added to other policies—via endorsements with sublimits that include bodily injury and property damage that arise from nonphysical (i.e., cyber) perils—and where you can get them. Make your way through the uncertainty, including how courts struggle to consistently interpret the endorsements, and the next market moves.
Speakers: Kevin Harried and Dena Cusick