Cyber Risk and Captives

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

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Description: High profile data breaches at Equifax and Uber continue to highlight the growing cyber liability and related risks facing many organizations. With the commercial insurance industry struggling to keep pace with the emerging risks and uncertainty over the pricing of cyber products, captives are increasingly being viewed as an alternative solution. In this webinar we review the state of the commercial market for cyber insurance and evaluate the role of captives. Topics covered include:

  • The commercial insurance market for cyber
  • Recent developments
  • Key coverage provisions
  • Data breaches and large loss examples
  • What are captives doing for cyber risks?
  • Structuring a captive program for cyber
  • Things to consider in a successful captive cyber program

This webinar is suitable for current and prospective captive owners in evaluating their own procedures in handling sensitive information and in assessing cyber liability as a candidate to insure in the captive.


Adam Lantrip – Vice President, E&O and Cyber Liability Insurance, McGriff, Seibels & Williams. Adam focuses on the design, placement and delivery of, privacy liability, information security, professional liability and related insurance programs, primarily for Fortune 1000 and complex global organizations.

Jonathan Stark – Consultant, Strategic Risk Solutions. Jonathan provides feasibility consulting, financial analysis and strategic reviews for single parent, cell and group captive programs. Prior to joining SRS, Jonathan was the Lead Senior Captive Financial Analyst in the Captive Insurance Companies Division of the North Carolina Department of Insurance.

Michael O’Malley – Managing Director, Strategic Risk Solutions is the moderator for the webinar.

Recording Date:
Tuesday, December 19, 2017

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