An introduction to residual risk and ways assess and manage it
You can never reduce a risk to zero, whether it’s a Cyber threat or protecting critical airspace from Drones. In the high hazard industries that make up the critical national infrastructure, risk is well understood and quantitively assessed. These methods and techniques are transferable and are being used in the Cyber sector today. In this session a leading Risk Consultancy will introduce the concept of residual risk and explain how it can be assessed, managed and transferred irrespective of the size of business, or the type of Cyber threat.
Venue: Room: Room 1.01 & 1.02, Croydon Council, Bernard Weatherill House, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon. CR0 1EA
Date: Friday 26th April 2019
Who should attend: Directors, Partners, Business owners, IT Managers from all industry sectors
08.00- 08.30 Arrive and registration
08.30-08.35 Welcome and introduction. Carol Squires, Economic Development Manager, Croydon Council
08.35-09.05 Residual risk, what is it and how can it be assessed? Jas Sidhu Singh, CEO, Corporate Risk Associates. Jas is a Nuclear Physicist with over 20 years risk experience in the Nuclear and high hazard industry. Jas will introduce and explain residual risk and its assessment as it applies to Cyber Security.
09.05-9.35 The transfer of residual risk. Rajan Amin, CEO, Coversure Croydon. Rajan will discuss the various ways that the liabilities from residual risk can be transferred through the use of insurance. There are many types of Cyber related policies and Rajan will simplify what can often be a confusing market
09.35-09.45 Q & A panel. Jas and Rajan will answer questions about residual risk and its management
09.45-10.00 Finish & networking
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