Coffee Mornings: Decoding Cyber Risk - People, Capital and Technology

DATE(s):
27
Sep
VENUE:
23F W City Center, 7th Avenue corner 30th Street, BGC

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The recent spate of cyber-related incidents, both domestically and globally, have significantly exposed various enterprises to unquantifiable financial and reputational risks. Such unfortunate events have once again put to the forefront the importance of maintaining an adequate and sound cyber risk management strategy, as our reliance on IT systems, third party providers and continuous inter-connectivity becomes more prevalent. As we stand witness to the rapid evolution of cyber risks – from phishing e-mails, malware infection and ransomware attacks – it is incumbent upon leaders to ensure that their respective organizations and workforce remain responsive and resilient, in facing the challenges of today's complex business environment.

With these in mind, it is our distinct privilege to invite you to a Coffee Morning Session entitled "Decoding Cyber Risk", as we aim to provide you with an overview of the various threats that prey on the vulnerability of both employees and systems, and how a comprehensive and well-conceived cyber strategy that aims to address your people and risk issues, can help in mitigating these potentially catastrophic consequences.

Topics to be discussed include:
  • Cyber risks and the threat environment
  • Cyber risk quantification
  • The human capital connection
This session is intended for:
  • Chief Risk Officers, Chief HR Officers, Insurance Officers
  • Risk Managers, Enterprise Risk Managers, HR and People Managers
  • Finance, Legal or Procurement officers handling Insurances
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS


Joaquin Uy, Deputy Head, Corporate Risk and Broking, Willis Towers Watson

Joaquin has over a decade of experience in Non-Life Insurance broking, and has arranged programs for clients in various industries such as, but not limited to property development, financial institutions, pharmaceuticals, design/ engineering consultants and non-profit organizations. He is also the Lead for the Financial Lines and Cyber Risk practice of the Corporate Risk and Broking business of Willis Towers Watson Philippines.



James Wong, Partner, Strategic Risk Consulting, Willis Towers Watson

James is a risk and analytics subject matter expert with 15 years of risk management and risk finance expertise in Asia, Australia and North America.



Lee Briones, Consultant, Rewards, Willis Towers Watson

Lee leads rewards-related projects such as job analysis and job description writing, job leveling, salary structure design, and competitive analysis. He is the current Practice Lead for Willis Towers Watson’s Employee Insights Practice that conducts various organization surveys that enables clients to perform their own talent analytics assessments, primarily but not limited to the conduct of employee engagement surveys.

REGISTRATION

Register Now!

  • ECCP Members

    1 free pass - Php500/additional colleague

  • Non-Members

    Php 1,000

  • Walk-ins

    Php 1,200


Registration will be on a first-come-first served basis.
Only PAID participants can have seats secured.

**No shows will be billed at full cost -
both for members (free pass) and non-members.**

Cancellations should be made at least 48 hours before the event.

For inquiries, contact Ms. Nix Cabaneiro at nix.cabaneiro@eccp.com or call 845 1324.