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Cyber remains one of the most talked about topics in insurance today.
In this webinar our two expert guest speakers - Joseph Fitzgerald, Partner at Wotton & Kearney and Andrew Beven, Manager Underwriting Liability & Cyber at NZI give an update on cyber in the New Zealand market.
They will be talking in depth about the latest issues, claims trends and risk management tips from the New Zealand cyber market.
Join this webinar to get an overview of recent claims trends using real life examples and learn about how supply chain attacks and third party liabilities are impacting cyber incidents and cyber claims.
For further information about this professional development program, please contact Sara Cheong, Event Manager.
At the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Understand how supply chain attacks and third party liabilities are impacting cyber incidents and cyber claims
- Identify recent claims trends and examples
- Understand the key risk management and preventative measures that insureds should be considering
Are you interested in sponsorship opportunities for ANZIIF webinars? For more information on how your organisation can benefit as a sponsor of this leading professional development program, please contact Sara Cheong, Sponsorship Executive by phone on +61 3 9613 7200 or by email at [email protected].
Manager, Underwriting, Liability & Cyber
Andrew has over 20 years of liability underwriting experience in both the New Zealand and London markets.
More recently Andrew has specialised in Cyber risks and products, and has researched and underwritten cyber risks since 2011.
He was involved in launching one of the first cyber products into the NZ market and worked on the development of NZI’s cyber products.
Wotton + Kearney (New Zealand)
Joseph Fitzgerald is a Partner at Wotton + Kearney (New Zealand) in the Cyber, Privacy and Data Security team.
Joe provides advice to large sporting, health, education and infrastructure bodies, as well as SME and non-profit entities. He takes a proactive and commercial approach to addressing issues such as incident response, cyber insurance coverage, data privacy and data protection.
While working in the UK, Joe advised on several large-scale GDPR readiness projects and the development of cyber incident response plans.
Joe is a fellow of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and was recognised for his expertise as a finalist in the Young Insurance Professional of the Year category at the ANZIIF NZ Industry Awards (2021).