Cyber Security is truly one of the greatest challenges facing businesses globally today. As the threat landscape grows in complexity, are business owners truly aware of the risks they face? In this free breakfast briefing on 25th October 2018 at The Savoy, Limerick, HOMS Solicitors together with partners ActionPoint, Renaissance and Arachas aim to educate and empower attendees in three key areas: Corporate Governance, Cyber Security Technology and Cyber Insurance policies.
On the day we will take attendees through:-
- Practical IT advice on addressing typical vulnerabilities.
- The benefits of cyber insurance for companies.
- Addressing cyber security as a business risk, not an IT issue.
- A look to the cyber security trends for 2018 and beyond.
Who Should Attend?
This event is for you if you are a business owner or C-Level executive seeking insights and expert advice on today’s cyber security challenges.
7:30-8:00 – Registration and Breakfast
8:00-8:30 – Managing Cyber Risk in an Evolving Threat Landscape – Norman Newell, Sales Director, Renaissance Contingency Service Limited
8:30-9:00 – The Why, How and What of Cyber Insurance – Martin Adams, Special Risk Director, Arachas
9:00-9:30 – Cyber Security: Governance Risk and the Boardroom Agenda – Michael Murphy, Partner, Holmes O’Malley Sexton
Norman Newell: Sales Director, Renaissance Contingency Services Limited
Having worked in the IT industry for over 25 years, Norman has worked in IT security and services for many years. On the 25th of October, Norman will be speaking on the topic of “Managing Cyber Risk in an Evolving Threat Landscape”. On the day, Norman will analyse the common types of cyber incidents, and some practical IT advice on how you can address some typical vulnerabilities.
Martin Adams: Special Risk Director, Arachas
Martin has over 25 years insurance sector experience and deals extensively with classes of insurance such as Insolvency Insurance Cover, Professional Indemnity and Director’s Liability. At “De-Risking Cyber Security”, Martin will focus on the important factors when considering cyber cover, and the benefits it can offer your company.
Michael Murphy: Partner, Holmes O’Malley Sexton
Working with HOMS Solicitors since 2009, Michael has vast experience in matters regarding insurance and cyber claims, such as misappropriation of funds from professionals by cyber criminals. Michael’s talk “Cyber Security: Governance Risk and the Boardroom Agenda” will focus on the importance of addressing cyber security as a business risk, and not just an IT issue and how to train your staff, the front line of your cyber defence.