General Insurance Conference 2019

May 30, 2019 | Singapore

As you are aware, the Singapore Actuarial Society will be hosting the Asian Actuarial Conference (AAC) later this year in October.  As a result, our usual conferences have been scaled down so as not to compete with that event and to provide a platform for those topics that may be more local in nature or more educational, and so maybe not as relevant to a regional event like the AAC. The General Insurance Conference, which is usually a two day event held at the end of May, will now be a one day seminar to be held at the same time.  This event will feature presentations about issues facing Singapore actuaries, as well as an opportunity to learn about the key drivers facing insurance companies today.

Spotlight

With the number of cyber-attacks on the rise, it’s natural to think that this increase of cyber-attacks is due to new actors and technological developments, said Yakir Golan, the CEO of Kovrr, the Tel Aviv-based provider of predictive cyber risk modeling solutions. “The truth of the matter is, cyber attacks are very often a modified version of an old attack. Whether it’s the same attack vector, same tools or the same vulnerability with a new exploitation, similar types of attacks, methods and techniques are likely to reappear in the near future and re/insurers should be prepared and on the lookout for how they can affect their portfolios,” added Golan.


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With the number of cyber-attacks on the rise, it’s natural to think that this increase of cyber-attacks is due to new actors and technological developments, said Yakir Golan, the CEO of Kovrr, the Tel Aviv-based provider of predictive cyber risk modeling solutions. “The truth of the matter is, cyber attacks are very often a modified version of an old attack. Whether it’s the same attack vector, same tools or the same vulnerability with a new exploitation, similar types of attacks, methods and techniques are likely to reappear in the near future and re/insurers should be prepared and on the lookout for how they can affect their portfolios,” added Golan.

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