Ransomware and Insuring Cyber in Times of Uncertainty

  • 08 Feb 2022
  • 17:00 - 18:00
  • Zoom

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Our first event for 2022 is on Ransomware and insuring cyber in times of uncertainty and we are delighted to be joined by Erin Burns who will be taking a look under the hood at the basics of ransomware, following the money and how the insurance market is approaching this ever-changing threat. And Eleanor Fairfield who will be discussing the increasing threat, evolving MO, NCSC approach and the increasing cause for concern. We look forward to seeing you again and joining us for this event.

Speaker Bios:

Erin Burns is a technologist, start-up founder, and a lifelong learner. Her career background intersects financial audit, investigation, and technology. As an employee with the United States Treasury and New York City Campaign Finance Board, she gained experience in fraud detection and investigation. This developed into an interest in cybercrime. She is an experienced web application developer and penetration tester with interests in reverse engineering, risk. She has presented at Black Hat EU, Afrotech Fest, Cambridge Future of Cyber Risk conference. Currently she is a director at Concinnity Risks and Waratah Analytics.

Eleanor Fairfield is Deputy Director, Incident Management, NCSC.  Eleanor, a generalist civil servant for the past 18 years, has undertaken a range of policy and security roles at home and overseas in immigration, security policy and corporate services. Joining the NCSC when it began, Eleanor was responsible for the cyber assessment function providing reports on the cyber threat landscape for strategic decision makers in government. Eleanor took on the leadership of the Incident Management function within the NCSC and is responsible for leading the organisation’s response to cyber incidents.

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