ISSUE 56 (December 2017)
Cybersecurity insurance
ISSUE 56
Issue 56 Contributors
Sam Curry
CSO at Cybereason
Lior Frenkel
CEO at Waterfall Security Solutions
Joep Gommers
CEO at EclecticIQ
Matthew Honea
Cyber Director of Cyence
Rotem Iram
CEO at At-Bay
Jason Krauss
Cyber/E&O Thought & Product Leader at Willis Towers Watson
Zane Lackey
CSO at Signal Sciences
Petra Uzorinac
Head of Liability Underwriting at Allianz d.d.

Cybersecurity insurance

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Table of contents

  • How consumers, enterprises and insurance providers tackle cyber risk
  • Industrial cyber insurance comes of age
  • The modern challenges of cyber liability
  • Rethinking corporate risk practices in the cyber age
  • Cyber insurance’s inevitable evolution into risk management services
  • As cyber risks enter the top three global business risks, the insurance industry responds
  • Cut the FUD: Why Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt is harming the security industry
  • Using a robust platform for cyber threat analysis training
  • Sophisticated threats? It’s usually the basic ones that get you

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