Thursday 1st July 2021, 16:00 (BST)

Does cyber insurance incentivise ransomware?

  • Will making ransomware payments “unclaimable” change how organisations respond?
  • Are your cyber exclusion clauses fit for purpose, especially in an age of supply chain attacks?
  • Quantifying and communicating your cyber risk from remote and hybrid working.

Your host:

Jenny Radcliffe

Jenny Radcliffe, also known as “The People Hacker,” is a world renowned Social Engineer, hired to bypass security systems through a no-tech mixture of psychology, con-artistry, cunning and guile. 

Jenny is a sought after keynote speaker, panelist and moderator at major conferences and corporate events, both in-person and online,  is a  TEDX contributor and is host of her own multiple award winning podcast series.


Troels Oerting, Chairman, NED, award winning CSO,

Throughout career, Troels has been working with governments and corporations to advise on how they react to the increasing international cyber threats, and worked closely with law enforcement, intelligence services and cyber security businesses.


Danish National Police, first as Director, Head of the Serious Organised Crime Agency and then as Director of Operations, Danish Security Intelligence Service

Deputy Head, ICT Department and Deputy Head, OC Department, Europol, EU’s Police Agency

Head of European Cybercrime Centre and Head of Europol Counter Terrorist and Financial Intelligence Centre.

2015-18, Group Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Barclays. Chaired the EU Financial Cybercrime Coalition, of which most banks are partners, and has very strong experience in cyber security.

2018 – 2020 Head of the Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum.

Ian Hill, Global Director of Cybersecurity, Royal BAM Group

An Information & Cyber Security Professional with over 25 years’ experience at all levels within the IT, Telecommunications, Managed Services and Internet Service Provider industries, across Consumer, SMB, Enterprise and Public/Government sectors, Ian is also an accomplished technical writer, published author, lecturer & international conference speaker in Information & Cyber Security.

In 1996 he founded Drakken Ltd, a successful specialist web application ISP, responsible for designing & implementing highly secure managed hosting environments and real-time applications for Nokia, DS Smith & the London Stock Exchange. Drakken developed the first commercially successful web-based vehicle tracking system for ACIS (now VIX). After selling Drakken, in 2007, Ian moved to KCOM Group PLC, a UK based telco, ISP and UC Managed Services company. There, he created a dedicated security team and was instrumental in defining and implementing the groups Information Security strategies, assessing and reducing risk, defining and guiding the implementation of innovative security processes, leading edge technology & solutions, and owning the end to end security lifecycle & posture.

Ian now heads up and is responsible for the Royal BAM Group’s Cyber Security posture & response capability. Working into the CIO, he has created a dedicated security team, and effected a series of tactical and strategic plans leveraging people, processes & technology to transform and align cyber security across the group as part of a global transformation project. Ian currently holds the CISSP, CISM, CISSP-ISSMP, CCSP, CSTP, & CFIP Information Security certifications as well as being a certified ISO27001 Lead Auditor.

Riyad Jazmawi, Head of Information Security and IT Governance, INVESTBANK

Riyad is highly skilled information security and cybersecurity professional with remarkable experience in the banking sector. Currently, Riyad is head of information security, IT Governance and business continuity at INVESTBANK group where he had successfully established the security function and restructured the IT Governance and business continuity functions. He played the major role in promoting the security governance at the bank by creating the security strategies, developing the security policies and procedures, establishing the executive information security steering committee and implementing the security program. Also, Riyad established the security infrastructure at INVESTBANK using risk-based approach and shaped the security culture by implementing mature security awareness program. Riyad plays key role of ensuring compliance with Central Bank of Jordan’s regulations and mandates including PCI DSS, Swift CSP, COBIT 2019 framework, and other regulatory requirements.

In addition, Riyad is responsible for managing INVESTBANK’s business continuity program according to ISO 22301 standard. He created the business continuity steering committee to oversee progress of business continuity efforts at INVESTBANK group, restructured the business continuity and recovery plans, established the business continuity site in addition to other duties in cooperation with the operational risk department. Riyad maintains strong relationship at executive and board levels by maintaining active membership in many of the executive and board committees in all domains under his responsibilities.

Previously, Riyad held the position of IT Security assistant manager at Arab Bank where he was responsible for managing the IT security operations for Arab Bank plc globally. He led the implementation of cutting edge security technologies to secure AB data centers worldwide. Besides his technical responsibilities, he worked with the management to establish the strategic plans for the department, manage the security budgets, create and maintain the IT security policies, procedures and work processes, develop the team competencies an promote IT Security at time of establishing the role in 2008.

Apart from his work duties, Riyad delivers professional training in cybersecurity and security management and write exam questions for CISM (ISACA). He maintains active membership in many professional organizations such as ISACA, ISC2, Project Management Institute, DRI and other professional organizations.

Mike Campfield, VP, GM International Operations and Global Security Programs, ExtraHop

MIke has spent the last two decades in Security and Compliance advising public and private sector organizations on their information governance and cyber security operations while at companies such as FireEye, Documentum, and EMC. Mike has helped many organizations transform their Security Operations capability and guided them on their journey with security and compliance maturity inside their Security program. Mike has a passion for operational excellence and enjoys exploring and learning with his clients across the globe

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