Data and technology have a vital role to play in the Build to Rent sector, from understanding the profile and needs of tenants to building management systems to integrated lettings management platforms. Supply chains are evolving rapidly and, as a result, vulnerabilities are often not fully explored or understood.
These factors combine to demand a robust approach to managing cyber risk at a time when attacks continue to increase in both frequency and severity and cyber insurance continues to increase in cost.
Led by the Aon Cyber team who advise on the identification, management and insurance of cyber risk, this interactive Q&A will provide updates on:
- Understanding the true impact of a cyber-attack – reputation, business interruption and share price.
- The threat – which forms of attack are property investors, operators, and advisers most likely to be exposed to and, why?
- Insurance – cost, availability and what’s covered and not covered.
- Defence – What are the priorities? What protection do you need? How do you plan for recovery?
- Supply chain risk
- The financial impact of a cyber event including the cyber related losses that cannot be insured against
- The key threats to be aware of and how to minimise those threats
- How to procure cyber insurance
- How to develop an effective risk management framework
- Emma Vigus, Business Development Director, Real Estate, Aon
The Aon real estate team advises property investors, developers, and operators on all aspects of insurance and risk management. Emma has been involved in the residential property industry for fifteen years and her previous roles include a decade specialising in professional indemnity insurance and risk management for surveyors, followed by several years as a Chief Commercial Officer and Managing Director of two PropTech businesses. Alongside her role at Aon, Emma Chairs the Women in Residential Property network and she is a member of both the British Property Build to Rent committee and the British Property Federation Cyber Working Group.
- Nathan Hankin CertCII, CISMP , Senior Cyber Broker, Aon
Nathan Hankin is a Cyber Broker within Aon’s Cyber team. He has twelve years of experience in commercial insurance helping organisations across many industries of all sizes from start-ups to global. Nathan has presented at many Cyber focused events across the country. He offers help and insight around Cyber risk with real life examples or media, to help educate colleagues and clients.
- Mark Brannigan, Vice President, UK Growth Leader Cyber Solutions Aon
Mark leads Aon’s UK Cyber Solutions business across Risk Transfer (Insurance), Risk Consulting and Cybersecurity. He has 20+ years’ experience working with enterprise clients across a range of Cybersecurity, Incident Response, Investigations, Data Governance, and Cyber Risk Mitigation Strategies.