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The need for cyber insurance has gained momentum during the last decade and is now a common necessity (and a best practice) for organizations of all sizes and in all verticals. However, the recent surge in ransomware attacksand the steep rise in their destructive impacthas made insurance underwriters realize that a radical change in the standard security posture is needed, particularly around MFA requirements and service account protection.

In this program, we’ll take a deep dive into both the risk management and identity protection aspects of the new cyber insurance requirements. Join Shay Simkin, Global Head of Cyber Insurance at Howden Group and Yiftach Keshet, Technology Expert at Silverfort, to discover:

  • Why insurers are pursuing new specific MFA controls for cyber insurance
  • How these controls minimize ransomware attack surfaces
  • What types of MFA are required for cyber insurance
  • How to extend MFA and other modern access controls to all resources, including service accounts and others that weren't previously protected
Shay Simkin
Global Head of Cyber Insurance - Howden Group
Shay Simkin is the Global Head of Cyber for Howden (world's largest employee-owned insurance broker). Shay has more than 35 years of experience in the Insurance Broking industry, serving in senior management roles both in Israel and Europe. Shay is a global expert and pioneer in the Cyber Insurance space. As the founder of InsurTec.com back in 1997, he was one of the first Insurance brokers to introduce Cyber & Technology insurance solutions, by drafting cyberspace and technology insurance policies. As a result, Shay has become a world expert in Cyber Liability insurance and is currently leading Howden group's Cyber Liability initiatives worldwide. Under his current role Shay's main emphasis is on new product development, education via the award winning "Howden Cyber Academy", Joint ventures with cyber security, information security and data analytics companies. Shay has been named as Cyber Risk Industry Person of the Year in the international category of Advisen’s 2017 Cyber Risk Awards. Shay has also published numerous articles on Cyber Insurance and is a frequent speaker and an expert guest and panelist on numerous Cyber & Technology conferences across the world. Prior to his current appointment, Shay was the Co-Founder and CEO of Engel-Simkin Insurance Broking firm which was acquired by Howden Israel in 2003. Shay holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Sciences from the University of Haifa in Israel and is an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute since 1999.
Yiftach Keshet
Director, Product Marketing - Silverfort
Yiftach Keshet leads the Product Marketing of Silverfort, the provider of the Unified Identity Protection platform. Prior to joining Silverfort he served in various Product Management and Product Marketing roles with cybersecurity market leaders such as Microsoft, Palo Alto Networks and Team8. Throughout these roles, Yiftach was involved critical changes to the security industry in fields such as endpoint protection, industrial cybersecurity, CASB and identity protection

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