Apr 1, 2013
First ...a milestone.
I want to take this time to formally
welcome Mr. James Jardine, of SecureIdeas, as my permanent
co-host to the podcast. James has experience podcasting as he
already co-pilots the Professionally Evil Podcast, and he's witty,
knowledgeable, and awesome to work with on the microphone. I ask
that you all give James a warm welcome!
In this episode...
- Overview of what cyber liability insurance is and what it
- We ask "Why would we need a security program, when you can
just buy insurance?"
- How do [cyber] under-writers figure out how to insure you, and
how much of a liability your organization and its practices
- The types of costs and coverages available in some of the
different policies at the various carriers
- We pull on the 'reputation' thread ... again
- We try to divine the magic formula used to calculate how to
calculate a 'liability' or coverage requirement
- We try and figure out how an enterprise can drive down their
cyber liability insurance premiums
- Christine touches on mobility, encryption, and some interesting
tidbits for the modern enterprise
- Christine Marciano ( @DataPrivacyRisk ) - Christine Marciano is
President of Cyber Data Risk Managers, an Independent Insurance
Agency specializing in Cyber Risk/Data Breach insurance, Directors
& Officers insurance and (IP) Intellectual Property protection.
Christine has over 17 years of experience working in various roles
within the Insurance and Financial Services industry. Prior to
establishing Cyber Data Risk Managers, Christine has held positions
at CIBC Oppenheimer, Axa Advisors and Allstate Insurance
- Christine's Blog
- My 2013 Data Privacy, InfoSec & Cyber Insurance Trends
- Christine's free weekly newsletter signup page -