Video On Demand

Managing Cyber Risk and the Role of Insurance

September 10, 2015 • 8:45 – 1:00 pm EDT

As cyber attacks become more frequent and more damaging, the cost of not being prepared is rising and companies are considering how to mitigate risk. The insurance industry can play an important role in managing cyber risk, but it needs to better understand the threat and quantify the potential damages. Understanding the range and diversity of cyber threats facing American companies, and the cost of cyber attacks and data breaches to victim companies, is essential for insurers to offer new products and services and manage their own exposure to cyber risk.


CSIS will convene a wide range of stakeholders including industry executives, senior policymakers, and security experts to discuss these issues and promote the development of a common understanding of the cyber risks to American companies and how best to manage those risks.

Breakfast begins at 8:15 AM

 

Keynote address by:

Sarah Bloom Raskin
Deputy Secretary
U.S. Department of the Treasury

Panel 1 - The Cyber Threat Landscape

Moderator:
Denise Zheng
Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, Strategic Technologies Program
CSIS

Panelists:
Steven Shirley
Executive Director
Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center

Mark Weatherford
Principal
The Chertoff Group

Dmitri Alperovitch
Co-Founder and CTO
CrowdStrike

Jake Olcott
Vice President
BitSight Technologies

Keynote address by:

Suzanne Spaulding
Under Secretary, National Protection and Programs Directorate
Department of Homeland Security

Panel 2 - Financial Sector Cyber Risk Management

Moderator:
Norma Krayem
Co-Chair, Data Protection and Cybersecurity
Holland & Knight, LLP

Panelists:
John Carlson
Chief of Staff
Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center

Adam Hamm
Insurance Commissioner
North Dakota Insurance Department

Evan Wolff
Partner
Crowell & Moring LLP

Matt McCabe
Senior Vice President, Network Security and Data Privacy
Marsh


This event is made possible by the generous support of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.

Denise E. Zheng