Sep 30 — Oct 02


We are committed to adapting our educational programs to address breaking news and emerging trends. With that in mind, the agenda below is subject to change as the event approaches. Registered attendees will be notified by email if significant changes are made to the agenda.

Day 1: Monday, October 16

10:30 AM — 10:30 AM
11:30 AM — 1:30 PM

Women in Cyber Luncheon Sponsored by Coalition & Atheria Law PC

  1. Emily Agramonte, Coalition
  2. Julie Choi Hawkinson, Atheria Law PC
  3. Shabnam Jalakian, First American
2:15 PM — 3:00 PM

Breakout A: Ransomware Advisory Group Update

Learn about the evolving ransomware landscape and attack vectors/methods. Come away from this session with current sector intelligence to help develop effective policy coverage strategies and tactical policyholder due-diligence requirements in order to make cost-effective, ransomware-specific cyber insurance products available to the policyholders.

  1. Max Henderson (M), Pondurance
  2. Kayla Barker, Artic Wolf
  3. Evgueni Erchov, Arete
  4. Brent Riley, Lyra Recovery

Breakout B: Are We Still Protecting the Crown Jewels?

  1. Identifying & Understanding the Key Assets in an Organization
  2. Beyond the Technology & Security Checklist
  3. The Interconnected Ways in Which an Asset Can be Reached
  4. Gaps in Saas Security
  5. Knowledge Gap in the Cyber Insurance Industry & How to Improve

  1. Anna Sarnek (M), Valence Security
  2. Eric Gyasi, BakerHostetler
  3. Michael Lyborg, Swimlane
  4. Rachel Rossini, AXA XL
3:00 PM — 3:45 PM

Breakout A: Building an Effective Data Strategy: Seeing the Wood for the Trees

  1. Data as the Key in Unlocking Potential Cyber Insurance Growth
  2. Applications for Capital Allocation, Systemic Risk Management, SME Underwriting, Resource Planning and More
  3. Making Sense of Cyber Data and Effective Use in Underwriting, Claims, Exposure and Portfolio Management
  4. Alignment of Cyber Underwriting, Exposure Management & Claims Data 
  5. Creating Feedback Loops that Generate More Value Across the Insurance Supply Chain
  6. What does "Good Data" Look Like & What Kinds of Data are Most Valuable in Different Situations

  1. Oliver Brew (M), Lockton Re
  2. Austin Aten, Coalition
  3. Evan Fenaroli, Philadelphia Insurance Companies
  4. Manish Karir, SignetRisk

Breakout B: Establishing a Baseline on a Budget

  1. Email Security Policies & Configurations
  2. Microsoft Licensing Types & Capabilities
  3. Cloud-Based Infrastructure & Applications
  4. Increasing the Effectiveness of Existing Security Toolsets

  1. Luke Simonetti (M), Booz Allen
  2. Stephen Boyce, Magnet Forensics
  3. Tim Parisi, CrowdStrike
  4. Shawn Tuma, Spencer Fane LLP
3:45 PM — 4:30 PM

Breakout A: The Cost After the Storm: Navigating Remediation After a Cyber Event

  1. Recovery Speed v Security v Best Practices
  2. Legal Implications for Restoring/Wiping Systems Before Forensics is Engaged
  3. Maintaining Evidentiary Data While Still Being Able to Recover
  4. Defining Betterment: Client, Legal & Insurance Perspectives
  5. Communicating Dynamic Costs Related to Forensic & Remediation Efforts

  1. Lee Trotter (M), MOXFIVE
  2. George Kohlhofer, RSM US LLP
  3. Richard Sheridan, Berkley Cyber Risk Solutions
  4. Damon Silver, Jackson Lewis P.C.

Breakout B: AI in Cybersecurity: Efficiency, Reliability, Legal Oversight & Responsibility in Incident Response

  1. Insight into the Deployment of AI Across Cybersecurity Venues
  2. Real-World Applications & Challenges
  3. Data Mining & Post-Breach Management
  4. Risks of Over-Reliance on AI Without Proper Oversight & Vetting
  5. Impact on Speed, Efficiency, Cost in Cybersecurity & Incident Response

  1. Allen Blount (M), Risk Strategies
  2. Priya Kunthasami, Eviden
  3. Michael Sarlo, HaystackID
  4. Jena Valdetero, Greenberg Traurig LLP

Day 2: Tuesday, October 17

8:20 AM — 8:50 AM

Welcome & Opening Remarks

  1. Lori Bailey, AXIS
  2. Mark Greisiger, NetDiligence
  3. Heather Osborne, NetDiligence
9:10 AM — 9:30 AM

Artificial Intelligence & Navigating the Emerging Risks

AI's rise in enterprise introduces unique risks and exposures. This keynote pinpoints critical AI vulnerabilities, from ethical issues to data breaches. Understand the challenges enterprises face and strategies to navigate this evolving landscape.

  1. Karthik Ramakrishnan, Armilla
9:30 AM — 10:20 AM

Breakout A: 2023 Claims & Losses Update

  1. An Overview of the Newly Released 2023 NetDiligence Cyber Claims Study
  2. Report from the Trenches
  3. Future Predictions

  1. Carolyn Purwin Ryan (M), Mullen Coughlin LLC
  2. Aaron Aanenson , Bitsight
  3. Tamara Ashjian, Tokio Marine HCC
  4. Mark Greisiger, NetDiligence
  5. Lisa Morris, MDD Forensic Accountants

Breakout B: Achieving and Demonstrating Cyber Resilience with Metrics that Matter

  1. The Role of Cyber Ratings
  2. How Carriers Use Cyber Ratings to Make Underwriting Decisions
  3. Benefits of Building Your Own v Licensing a Tool
  4. How Organizations Use Cyber Ratings to Measure Cyber Performance
  5. Efficacy of Reducing Risk & Claims Activity
  6. Outside In v Inside Out: Policyholder Privacy & Security Concerns

  1. Monica Minkel (M), Holmes Murphy
  2. David Forrestall, SecurIT360
  3. Jennifer Mulvihill, SecurityScorecard
  4. Di Weisinger, Ascot Group
  5. Yoshifumi Yamamoto, At-Bay
10:50 AM — 11:40 AM

Breakout A: State of the Market: Focus on Coverage and Rate Adequacy

  1. What is Rate Adequacy?  Why is it Important for the Cyber Market?
  2. Given the Recent Market Fluctuations, Have We achieved Rate Adequacy? 
  3. What is Sustainable Pricing in the Cyber Market?
  4. Post Hard Market--What Changes in Coverage Have We Seen? 
  5. Does the Scope of Coverage Provided in a Cyber Policy Make Sense? 

  1. Brian Robb (M), Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance
  2. Matt Chmel, Aon
  3. Michael Colford, Westfield Specialty
  4. Mario Paez, Marsh McLennan Agency
  5. Matthew Prevost, Chubb

Breakout B: Mapping Security Protocols to Regulatory Schemes and Insurance Requirements

  1. Finding the Commonalities & Overlaps to Fulfill Cross-Jurisdictional & Insurance Requirements
  2. Overview of New Frameworks & Protocols
  3. Need for Strong MSSPs & Regional Partners
  4. Case Study on AI: Regulatory Initiatives, Current Coverage, Future Concepts & Requirements

  1. Doug Howard (M), Pondurance
  2. Courtney Dayter, Kroll
  3. Chris Lafleur, Trend Micro
  4. Timothy Murphy, Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General
  5. Spencer Pollock, McDonald Hopkins
11:40 AM — 12:30 PM

Breakout A: Future of Cyber CAT Bonds

  1. Access to Capital
  2. Mechanics
  3. Other Vehicles: ILS, ILW, Side-Cars
  4. Future

  1. Max Perkins (M), AXIS
  2. Jasper Goring, Gallagher Re
  3. Joanna Syroka, Fermat Capital Management LLC
  4. Robert Wice, Beazley

Breakout B: Sector Risk: Infrastructure: Aviation

  1. Unique Security Threats
  2. Federal & International Regulation
  3. Aggregation & Accumulation
  4. Broker Conversations: Towers & Captives

  1. David Anderson (M), Woodruff Sawyer
  2. Andrew Maher, AXIS
  3. William Wright, Paragon International Insurance Brokers Ltd
12:30 PM — 1:45 PM
1:45 PM — 2:35 PM

Breakout A: Claims Adjustment and Coverage Coordination Across Multiple Policies

  1. Property, Crime & K&R
  2. Excess Coverage & BI Timelines
  3. Liability Policies and BIPA & Tracking Claims
  4. Tech E&O

  1. John Scordo (M), Marsh
  2. Harriet Bateman, Baker Tilly
  3. Erika Nelson, Allied World
  4. Judy Selby, Kennedys
  5. Alexandra Vines, Sompo

Breakout B: Attorney-Client Privilege: Extending the Umbrella?

  1. PEN Testing & Other Pre-Breach Work
  2. Threat Actor Negotiations
  3. Forensic Reports

  1. Melissa Ventrone (M), Clark Hill PLC
  2. Meghan Farally, Cipriani & Werner PC
  3. Brandy Griffin, Crum & Forster
  4. Joe Tarraf, Surefire Cyber
2:35 PM — 3:25 PM

Breakout A: The Crux of Cyber Loss Occurrence Definitions

  1. Reinsurance Structures: Benefits & Challenges in the Current Cyber Market
  2. Analogies to NatCat, Reinsurance & ILS Structures
  3. Events and Triggers
  4. Challenges to Cyber Loss Occurrence Definitions
  5. Necessary Conditions to Foster a Favorable ILS and Cyber Cat Market
  6. Potential Solutions

  1. Christina Terplan (M), Atheria Law PC
  2. Anthony Cordonnier, Guy Carpenter
  3. Jacob Ingerslev, Tokio Marine HCC-CPLG
  4. Annamaria Landaverde , Munich Re US
  5. Damini Mago, Moody's RMS

Breakout B: Risks of Doing Business with Unsecured Third Parties

  1. Incident Best Practices: Collaboration & Coordination on IR Action Items
  2. Upstream Risk of Third Parties: Vendors, Suppliers & Business Partners
  3. Downstream Risk in the Policyholders Supply Chain

  1. Stu Panensky (M), Pierson Ferdinand LLP
  2. Ryan Coyne, Experian
  3. Tom Egglestone, Resilience
  4. Mark Grazman, Fenix24
  5. Matthew Saidel, FTI Consulting
3:55 PM — 4:45 PM

Plenary: Hot Topics: Ask the Experts in Live Q&A

  1. Our Industry Experts Field Audience Questions
  1. Robert Parisi (M), Munich Re
  2. Matthew Ahrens, Charles River Associates
  3. Erin Burns, INSUREtrust
  4. Tim Francis, Travelers
  5. Shannon Groeber, CFC
4:45 PM — 6:15 PM

Day 3: Wednesday, October 18

8:00 AM — 9:00 AM
9:00 AM — 9:50 AM

Plenary: International Regulatory & Litigation Update

  1. Global Updates on New & Pending Legislation
  2. Collaboration Between Jurisdictions
  3. Notable Civil Actions

  1. Sadia Mirza (M), Troutman Pepper
  2. Alex Cameron, Fasken
  3. Patrick Hill, DAC Beachcroft
  4. John Moran, Clyde & Co LLP
  5. Cinthia Granados Motley, Dykema Gossett PLLC
10:20 AM — 11:10 AM

Plenary: US Regulatory & Litigation Update

  1. Updates on New & Pending Legislation
  2. Regulatory Updates
  3. Notable Civil Actions

  1. Larissa Crum (M), Equifax
  2. Anjali Das, Wilson Elser
  3. Matthew LaBrie, Orrick
  4. Allen Sattler, Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP
  5. Ken Suh, Locke Lord LLP
11:10 AM — 12:00 PM

Plenary: Venture Capital’s Perspective: The Early-Stage Cyber Insurance Landscape

  1. Overview of Current Investment & Appetite from the Private Market
  2. Early-Stage Trends in the Cyber Landscape
  3. Funding Traction in Early & Growth Stage
  4. How to Successfully Partner with Early Stage Cyber InsureTechs

  1. Brian Thornton (M), ProWriters
  2. Felipe Jaramillo, AXIS Digital Ventures
  3. Andrew McClure, Forgepoint Capital
  4. Galen Shaffer, Eos Venture Partners
12:00 PM — 12:00 PM

© 2024 NetDiligence All Rights Reserved.