• 24 May 2023
  • In-person
  • CPD

IoD Insurance Group how can boards build more cyber resilient companies?

A must-attend event for board directors, risk managers and insurance professionals with an interest in cyber risk.

Cyber-related incidents top the risk register of more UK companies than any other category of risk, and both businesses and the insurance industry are challenged by a rapidly evolving cyber threat landscape.

In this context, it is vital that firms adopt a structured approach to understanding the threats they face, measuring their preparedness, mitigating risk with the right investment in cybersecurity processes and technology, and use cyber insurance as effectively as possible.

Our expert panel will address all these topics and provide a detailed overview of the current cyber risk environment.  

Join us in Lloyd’s of London to discuss these important issues. 

Ticket price includes drinks and light refreshments after the event.

 +++ Important notice: Pre-registration is required for this event - strictly no walk-ins. +++

*This event is eligible for 1 hour’s CPD credit from the IoD


Event moderator - Kyle Bryant, Chief Underwriting Officer (International), Resilience

Kyle joined Resilience in 2021 after holding various cyber insurance leadership capacities at Chubb over more than a decade, most recently Head of Cyber and Technology for Chubb Overseas General, responsible for cyber and technology insurance outside North America.

Neil Arklie, Head of Cyber Underwriting, Lloyd’s

Responsible for driving cyber strategy at Lloyd’s by providing leadership, consistency and stakeholder influence so Lloyd's can achieve sustainable, profitable performance in this important and growing class of business. Prior to this role, Neil’s career has involved several senior underwriting positions in cyber and financial lines insurance with major re/insurers.

Richard Seiersen, Chief Risk Officer (Cybersecurity), Resilience

Richard Seiersen is a 20+ year security veteran with 10 years as a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). He has served as CISO at GE, Twilio, and LendingClub and authored two of the pre-eminent books on cyber risk quantification, including “How to Measure Anything in Cybersecurity Risk” (2016 & 2023 2nd Edition) and “The Metrics Manifesto: Confronting Security with Data”(2022).

Senior Representative from the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)

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