October 6 @ 2 pm ET | 11 am PT
As an MSP, getting questions about cyber insurance from your clients can be intimidating. But by knowing what to expect from underwriters, you can give your clients the information they need to be prepared.
We’ll delve into the top security controls that cyber insurers require to obtain a policy. Use this information to future-proof your security stack so you aren’t scrambling for a new managed solution.
Get insight from the top MSP thought leaders in the community: Blumira’s Jeremy Young, Director of Partner Strategy, Phin Security’s Connor Swalm, Co-Founder and CEO, and Wes Spencer, VP Channel Chief of FifthWall Solutions, and learn:
- Upcoming changes you can expect from cyber insurers
- Tactics to communicate cyber insurance requirements to your clients
- Security solutions to consider in light of these new changes
This interactive, conversational-style session encourages questions and engagement with viewers – so sign up today for access to our security experts.
Jeremy Young, Director of Partner Strategy, Blumira
Jeremy, joining us from Austin, TX, has been working in tech and cybersecurity for over a decade. Before joining the team at Blumira, Jeremy was Head of Affiliate Partnerships at Huntress Labs, where he led the go-to-market strategy for partnerships. Prior to that, Jeremy spent a couple of years on the Duo MSP team advocating for MFA to be a standard for all MSPs and their customers.
Wes Spencer, VP, Channel Chief, FifthWall Solutions
Wes Spencer is a nationally recognized technology innovator and cybersecurity expert. He has served as a senior executive and adviser from Fortune 500 to venture capitalist backed startups. He is a dynamic and frequently requested professional conference speaker. Wes has served on multiple advisory committees with distinguished organizations, such as American Banker, Sentinel One, and FS-ISAC. He currently serves on the Department of Homeland Security AIS advisory committee and is active in the STIX working group to continue to drive automation standards in threat intelligence sharing.
Connor Swalm, CEO and Co-Founder, Phin Security
Connor is the Co-founder and CEO of Phin Security, a human vulnerability management platform built specifically for use by Managed Services Providers. Connor has helped hundreds of business build security awareness programs that teach employees to recognize social engineering when it’s happening, before it turns into theft of money, access, and information.