Risk Workshops

Preparing for a Cyber World
03 Oct 2018
10:30 - 11:45

Risk Workshops

PREPARING FOR A WORLD OF CYBER EVENTS


Cyber intrusion and cyber resilience are topics receiving tremendous attention, discussion and action currently and for good reason. Financial firms fend off millions of cyber threats daily. GRI Members have rated Cyber Risk as their top risk for two consecutive years.

Attendees have a choice of one of three workshops to attend, offering three distinct topic of importance in equipping the financial service sector for cyber readiness.


PANEL MEMBERS
Ray Boisvert, Security Advisor and Associate Deputy Minister, Government of Ontario
Annette Ryan, Assistant Associate Deputy Minister, Finance Canada
David Bruyea, Senior Vice-President, CISO/CSO, Enterprise Security and Risk Services, CIBC
Francis Castonguay, Director General, Partnerships and Risk Mitigation, Communications Security Establishment (CSE)

1. INSTITUTIONAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PREPAREDNESS

Join this panel discussion of policy makers and institution leaders who are working collectively to better understanding the risks and repercussions of a global, systemic cyber outage from the perspective of the Canadian financial services industry.

Moderated by: Mark Caplan, President, Global Risk Institute


PRESENTERS
Richard Nesbitt, Chief Executive Officer, Global Risk Institute
Dr. Alex LaPlante, Managing Director, Research, Global Risk Institute

2. YOU’VE BEEN HACKED – A Real World Case Study

As this cyber scenario with show, a major cyber attack on an institution can affect availability of service, networks, and infrastructure. It could also undermine the integrity of data records which can severely impact the ability to recover and to maintain confidence in the system overall, impacting reputation, third party dependency and ability to operate long after the hack is stopped.

This war game, presented by Richard Nesbitt and Dr. Alex LaPlante will be an opportunity for frank discussion about crisis preparedness and the ability to contain risk.


PANEL MEMBERS
Gregory Eskins, National Specialties Practice Leader, Marsh Canada
Ruby Rai, Manager, Cyber & Professional Liability, AIG Canada
Imran Ahmad, Partner & Cyber Lawyer at Miller Thomson LLP

3. INSURANCE FOR CYBER EVENTS

Financial firms spend millions daily risk protection techniques to compact wide variety of risks posed by cyber threats that include; denial of service attacks, intrusions, eavesdropping, hacking, phishing, worms, viruses, spams, etc.

While efforts are currently centered around developing and deploying tools and techniques to protect the cyber infrastructure and its users, Cyber-insurance has been identified as another potential tool for effective risk management of Cyber threats. Join three insurance institution leaders in a discussion about existing issues and current work regarding the existence of cyber-insurance

Moderated by: Mike Stramaglia, Executive in Residence, Global Risk Institute