AGENDA

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: Thursday, February 20

12:00 PM — 2:00 PM

Women in Cyber Lunch Sponsored by QBE & Bennett Jones LLP

Join NetDiligence® at the Toronto Women in Cyber Lunch, a networking event for women cyber leaders from around the country. This year’s keynote will be Jill Clayton, Information and Privacy Commissioner for Alberta, Canada. Sponsored by QBE and Bennett Jones LLP. This optional event costs USD$15.00 and will be added to your conference registration. The lunch is open to all women attendees!

This event is SOLD OUT!

Panelists
  1. Jill Clayton (M), Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta
3:00 PM — 4:30 PM

Workshop: Interactive Business Interruption Scenario

This 90 minute interactive workshop revolves around a simulated ransomware attack. As the situation unfolds, the company’s incident response team—and, by extension, the participants—will ask questions and make decisions regarding system restoration, negotiation, payment, legal ramifications, notification, public relations, and more. Each time new information is revealed, there will be a break in the action for live table discussions. Following the discussions, participants will help guide the company’s next actions by making selections on their mobile phones.

This event is SOLD OUT!

Panelists
  1. Larry Gagnon (M), Kivu Consulting
  2. John Cassell, Norton Rose Fulbright
  3. Brian Dagg, Gallagher
  4. Katrina Day, Epiq
  5. Bill Hardin, Charles River Associates
  6. Ruth Promislow, Bennett Jones
  7. Daniel Tobok, Cytelligence
  8. Greg Vanier, Edelman
5:00 PM — 7:00 PM

Day 2: Friday, February 21

8:30 AM — 9:30 AM

Opening Remarks & Keynote

Opening Remarks and Welcome: Heather Osborne & Mark Greisiger, NetDiligence

Keynote: Chris Roberts, Attivo Networks

Let us have a VERY frank conversation…

Information Security is at a painful point in its development. It has failed to deliver on a many of its promises. It has held itself up as the savior to businesses and has spectacularly failed to deliver. The industry is rife with misinformation, marketing hype and false promises. How DO we navigate through this? How do we see the woods for the trees? AND how (as an industry) do we regain trust from those charges we have so far failed to protect?

9:30 AM — 10:20 AM

2019 Claims & Losses Update

  • A Review of the 2019 NetDiligence Cyber Claims Study
  • Types of Claims Being Covered
  • Examination of Cost
Panelists
  1. Alex Cameron (M), Fasken
  2. Eric Dolden, Dolden Wallace Folick LLP
  3. Mark Greisiger, NetDiligence
  4. Margaret Mede, AXIS Toronto
  5. Simon Oddy, Baker Tilly
10:50 AM — 11:40 AM

Breakout A: Underwriting Large Risks

  • Trends
  • Exposure and Controls
  • Assessment
  • Coverage
  • Pricing
Panelists
  1. Jacqueline Detablan (M), CNA
  2. Julia Grunewald, Bitsight
  3. Christopher Liu, AIG
  4. Ruby Rai, Marsh
  5. Mauro Signorelli, Aspen Insurance

Breakout B: Canadian Regulatory and Litigation Update

  • Regulatory Update: Breach Reporting Statistics, Trends and Guidance
  • Litigation Update
Panelists
  1. Katherine Kolnhofer (M), Bell Temple LLP
  2. Ted Charney, Charney Lawyers
  3. Jill Clayton, Information and Privacy Commissioner of Alberta
  4. Abubakar Khan, Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
  5. Dan Michaluk, Hicks Morley Hamilton Stewart Storie LLP
11:40 AM — 12:30 PM

Breakout A: Underwriting Small Risks

  • Trends
  • Exposure and Controls
  • Assessment
  • Coverage
  • Pricing
Panelists
  1. Lindsey Nelson (M), CFC Underwriting Ltd.
  2. Dave Chatfield, NetDiligence
  3. Sophia Kudlyk, Purves Redmond Ltd.
  4. James Lindsay-Carlin, Hiscox

Breakout B: Evolution of Ransomware

  • Trends: Frequency & Costs
  • Coverage
  • Response: Negotiations and Payment
  • Impact of Aggregation
Panelists
  1. Joe Fidilio (M), Zurich
  2. Francine Armel, Beazley Canada Limited
  3. David Clark, Travelers Canada
  4. Ben Demonte, Kroll
  5. Alex Holdtman, Coveware
12:30 PM — 1:45 PM
1:45 PM — 2:35 PM

Breakout A: Cyber War and Terrorism

  • Review of Common Terminology
  • Nature of State Sponsored Attacks and Challenges in Attribution
  • Coverage Provisions
  • Stakeholder Perspectives
  • Aggregate Risk Exposure
Panelists
  1. Andrew Maher (M), AXIS
  2. Shelly Giesbrecht, CrowdStrike Services
  3. David Mackenzie, Blaney McMurtry
  4. Amy Pines, Munich Re
  5. Danielle Smith, RMS

Breakout B: Business Email Compromise and Wire Fraud

  • Different Types of Wire Fraud: Social Engineering and Email Hacking
  • Types and Ramifications of Social Engineering
  • Types and Ramifications of Email Hacking
  • Costs Associated with Social Engineering and Hacking
Panelists
  1. Imran Ahmad (M), Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
  2. Jelena Cvetkovic, CNA
  3. Peter Dillon, Siskinds Law Firm
  4. Shelley Ma, Arete Advisors
  5. Brian Rosenbaum, Aon Reed Stenhouse Inc.
2:35 PM — 3:25 PM

Breakout A: Non-Affirmative Cyber

  • Current Status & Future Requirements
  • Predicting Exposure & Key Accumulation Scenarios
  • Transitioning from Silent to "Very Loud" Cyber
  • Buyer's Point of View
Panelists
  1. Kara Owens (M), Markel
  2. Akin Dirik, Guidewire
  3. Aleksandra Tarkowska, Munich Re
  4. Melinda Parker Thompson, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty
  5. Alexandre Tsinos, Aon

Breakout B: Cross Border Breach Response

  • Global Regulatory & Litigation Update
  • Challenges of Developing International Incident Response
  • Claims Trends Outside the US
  • Selection of Vendors for Cross Border Work
Panelists
  1. Katherine Keefe (M), Beazley
  2. James Arnold, KPMG
  3. Joe Fish, Equifax
  4. Daniel Greene, Beckage PLLC
  5. Julie Himo, Norton Rose Fulbright
3:25 PM — 3:55 PM
3:55 PM — 4:45 PM

Developing an Incident Response Plan

  • Practical Considerations
  • Building a Panel: Legal, Forensics, Crisis Communications
  • Speed of Execution
  • Quantifying Risk in the Investigative Process
  • Interaction Between the IRP and Insurance Cover
Panelists
  1. Patrick Bourk (M), Hub International Canada
  2. Kateri-Anne Grenier, Fasken
  3. Joe Hoosech, SpearTip
  4. John Larsen, Edelman
  5. Tom McCausland, Bill Gosling Outsourcing
4:45 PM — 6:15 PM