Tune into our webcast, as our expert panelists probe deeper into what this means for us, how the landscape is changing and how insurers are responding to the new and emerging threats.
We live in an age of continuous change and disruption…
Covid-19, and the resulting global lockdown has increased our dependence on the internet especially for businesses, our personal lives and Governmental agencies. There is a growing unease around the potential for extreme cyber-attacks, and confusion regarding information, advice and support. Many traditional insurance models have been challenged, as insurers struggle to understand the likelihood and severity of the risk. The need to interpret the risks and innovate the solution is more important than ever.
Meanwhile terrorist groups, aggressive hostile nation states, and right-wing extremists have amplified engagement on the web, and are increasingly using the internet for propaganda, recruitment, communications, command and control. These hostile actors are working hard to exploit our vulnerabilities, posing a significant threat to people, infrastructures and a way of life.
So what are the big questions?
What are the main methodologies and tactics employed by right-wing terrorists?
What are their principal targets?
What the implications for insurers and their insureds?
What can security managers and businesses do to mitigate the risks?
What are we seeing now in terms of destructive cyber-attacks?
What are the big political and tech strategies the West needs to address?
What’s our expert’s take on the recent Huawei rethink?
Join Ed Butler our Chief Resilience Officer talk in more detail with Conrad Prince and Eden Stewart in this on-demand recording.
Want to see more? Watch the first Pool Re SOLUTIONS webcast here featuring Professor Andrew Silke, author of: COVID–19 and Terrorism and Chris Holt, the CEO of CHC Global.