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Registration for 2018 QLD Cyber Seminar in Brisbane

All things Cyber – NIBA seminar in Brisbane on 2 August

Key Topics - Cyber Legislation & Cyber Insurance

The complexities of the cyber world continue to draw discussions on how best individuals and companies can minimise the risk of any exposure.

NIBA is delighted to be hosting two exceptional presenters each an expert in their field who will talk through some key topics.

These include;

  • Cyber Legislation – Ready, Set Report
  • Cyber Insurance – How you should respond

Meet our presenters...

Leah Mooney. Special Council – Minter Ellison

As a Brisbane based special counsel, Leah has over 15 years’ experience in corporate risk advisory and complex dispute management. Is also a recognised expert in the emerging area of cyber security and privacy.  Leah is best known for helping clients to identify and understand cyber risk and how to imbed cyber resilience planning within their organisations.

 

John DePeters, Cyber & Technology Practice Manager, Chubb Australia & NZ

John is responsible for the underwriting strategy, portfolio management and overall expansion of the practice in the region. Prior to his current role, John held various Cyber, Technology and Casualty senior underwriting positions with Chubb in San Francisco, New York, London, and most recently Singapore, where he was the Regional Cyber Underwriter for Chubb Asia Pacific

An event not to be missed!

 

Event Details

Date:   Thursday, 2 August 2018

Time:   8.30am for a 9am start - 12 noon (Refreshments will be served)

Venue: UQ Brisbane City, The Auditorium, 293 Queen Street, Brisbane

Cost: $25 NIBA members & $30 for non members

CPD: 3 Points

 

With thanks to our sponsor

 


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