Cyber Insurance - The New Battleground?

Date: November 2nd

11am ET · 4pm BT · 11am HKT


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Hilario Itriago

at Boxx Insurance USA

Mr. Itriago is an experienced international Insurance professional with over 22 years in the industry having worked in markets such as the UK, the Baltics, and LATAM where most of his career was with RSA Insurance Group.

Today he leads Boxx Insurance USA as President and is Chairman of The LATAM Insurtech Accelerator, fueled by BrokerTech Ventures.


Thomas Dekens

Chief Strategy Officer
at At-Bay

 Prior to joining At-Bay, Dekens spent nearly two decades in the cybersecurity field. He led strategy, operations, and corporate development for Forescout Technologies and he also advised technology companies on strategy as a Principal with Boston Consulting Group. 

He started his career advising SMBs on IT governance and cyber security at PWC.

Andrew Martin

Founder and CEO
at DynaRisk

Andrew is a self-taught former teenage hacker turned industry leader who has been in the cyber security sector since he was 18 years old. 

Andrew is a holder of the Security Expert (GSE) designation from the SANS institute, one of a few hundred worldwide. 

Andrew provided intelligence to law enforcement agencies including CSIS, FBI, Secret Service, Interpol, and many others.

Emil Hannesbo

Head of Content
at Insurtech Insights

Emil is the Head of Content – USA at Insurtech Insights, where he leads the company’s content efforts for the annual Insurtech Insights USA conference at the Javits Center in New York City. In his role, Emil is responsible for the conference agenda and speaker engagement strategy, as well as the overall content experience at the conference.

Emil holds an MSc. in Strategic Marketing from Imperial College Business School.


As in every battle, there is one attacker and one defender. Rapid technological advancements have allowed for preventing cyber attacks, but also causing new issues. Since 2018, cyber incidents have been the leading risk to businesses worldwide. Data breach incidents, business email compromise, crisis management, and ransomware are the primary global cyber insurance claims. 

Preventing even one ransom claim, amounting to $270k for SMEs and over $12m for large corporations, can drive a big improvement in the loss ratio and increase profitability. Simultaneously, cyber insurance opens up new opportunities for brokers to capitalize on policies and speed up renewals. The new battleground offers tremendous opportunity – both for saving and capitalizing. But how will the future of cyber insurance be shaped? Will we ever be able to safely protect our information?