Emerging risks: World of cyber

How digitalisation could threaten the insurance industry

May 10
Online seminar, 3.30 p.m. (CEST)

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Duration: 60 minutes

General description

Higher, faster, stronger: technological advancement cannot be stopped. An increasing number of hardware, software and transmission networks regulate and control our society, as well as the majority of business processes. Modern programming supports these processes − but at what cost?

If software (AI) is left to its own devices, unpredictable things can happen to the insurance and the insured risks − and to our assets. Humans are the weak links in this chain, because we are overwhelmed. Veiled attack scenarios may cause problems for the insurance industry. Quantum computers will be a fundamental game changer for the world. Ubiquitous digitalisation is both a blessing and a cause for concern.

Content

  • Identifying risks

  • Programming
  • 5G infrastructure
  • Quantum computers
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Politically-motivated acts
  • Nanotechnology

Level

Target group

All underwriters dealing with cyber risks

Language

English - professional business English skills required

Deadline for registration

7 May 2021