Articles - Cyber Risk and Insurance Innovation Europe February 7th 2023

The European cyber insurance market is expected to grow exponentially by 2030, almost doubling in size. However significant challenges remain: cybersecurity attacks are surging, premiums continue to increase, capacity is being reduced, and coverage restricted. As the market needs to find a balance between buyers’ demand for affordable cyber cover and insurers protecting themselves from systemic losses, what steps can the industry take to create a sustainable and affordable market for all?

 Confront systemic risk and a lack of capacity to ensure a stable cyber market

 Following a successful virtual event in April 2022 bringing together around 1,400 global attendees, Intelligent Insurer is delighted to announce a live conference in London on February 7, 2023: Cyber Risk and Insurance Innovation Europe, to address a plethora of issues affecting policyholders, re/insurers, brokers, managing general agents (MGAs), industry bodies and solution providers.

 To find out more about tackling the biggest issues in the cyber risk and insurance markets, register your interest now

 Our line-up of speakers, sponsors, and delegates will assemble to discuss the greatest opportunities and challenges in the sector. Key themes include:
 • The effects of geopolitics on cyber risk and the cyber insurance market: Discussing evolving threats and key cyber risk trends as well as the effect of geopolitical turbulence and further escalation of cybersecurity challenges on cyber insurance premiums
 • Cooperation and partnership across Europe: Tackling the emerging cyber threats, current and future policy objectives in the field of cybersecurity and cross-border cooperation to support stability in an open and secure cyber space
 • Raising awareness of cyber risk and assessing the costs of cybercrime to businesses: Leveraging the expertise of the insurance industry and market knowledge on technology to improve organisations’ cyber risk management practices
 • The anatomy of a cyber claim: Reviewing post-breach plans of action, best practices for handling cyber claims and fostering efficient claims resolution
 • Finding a path to profitable growth: Assessing the challenge of underwriting cyber and growing a portfolio in the ever-restricting market, developing new capabilities, and embracing learning to keep up with additional underwriting requirements
 • Navigating a hard market, systemic risk and creating a sustainable and affordable cyber insurance marketplace: Examining the industry’s readiness for a catastrophic widespread event and understanding a systemic cyber exposure

 With many more pertinent areas to be covered, this event is not to be missed!

 Register your interest now for the premier cyber event of the year

 Speakers for the event will be announced shortly, but here are some of our latest recruits:
 • Simon Newman, CEO, Cyber Resilience Centre for London
 • Sie Liang Lau, Head of Lloyd’s Capital Provision & Cyber, UK & London Market, SCOR
 • Sarah Stephens, Managing Director, International Head of Cyber & FINPRO UK Cyber Practice Leader, Marsh
 • Lindsey Nelson, Cyber Development Leader, CFC Underwriting
 • Ed Ventham, Director, Assured
 • Neil Arklie, Head of Cyber Underwriting, Lloyd's
 • Lisa Ventura, Founder, Cyber Security Unity
 • Shay Simkin, Global Head of Cyber, Howden Specialist Insurance Brokers


 If you have an innovative solution or a case study to present to our target audience, please get in touch!

 We are looking forward to seeing you in February.

 For more information, contact:
 Rachael Gore
 Head of Digital Content
 Intelligent Insurer
 Mobile: +44 (0)7516 198 883



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