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WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND


Cyber attacks are a complex emerging risk in our rapidly changing world, and pose an increasing severe threat to the global economy. Increased reliance on technology and connectivity is making us more vulnerable than ever to attacks.


With increasing frequency and severity of attacks there is a need for enhanced awareness, and for insurers and risk managers to work together in developing innovative solutions and tools to guard against this threat.


This presentation explores the implications of a major cyber attack on a large marine port facility based on a scenario produced by Lloyd's and Cambridge University as part of the Cyber Risk Management (CyRim) project. The presentation will explore how an attack may evolve and what the impacts would be on a port facility and other businesses in the transport, logistics and supply chain ecosystem.

CyRim is a collaborative project spearheaded by the Monetary Authority of Singapore, the Nanyang Technological University and the insurance industry, of which Lloyd's of London is a founding member.



WHAT YOU WILL LEARN


Increased awareness of cyber exposures to the Transport & Marine sector including inter-connectivity exposure, with a geographic and sectorial lens.



WHO SHOULD ATTEND


This event is relevant to CEOs, CFOs, COOs, Risk Managers, Transport, Logistics and Supply Chain professionals and anyone interested to know more about insurance and cyber exposures relating to maritime ports and logistics.



FORMAT OF THE EVENT


Following a presentation of the scenario research by Angela Kelly, CEO of Lloyd's of London Asia, there will be a panel discussion of leading experts including Wartsila Corporation and Nettitude.

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Location

British Chamber of Commerce
137 Telok Ayer Street
#06-03
068602

Singapore

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Contact us

For additional event or venue information, please email sabeena@britcham.org.sgYou can also reach us at +65 98576292