What’s Next For Cyber Insurance?

On-Demand Webinar

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Cyber insurance as an industry is still in its early stages — but down the road, organizations can expect much more standardization. 

As insurance providers better understand the risk of insuring under-protected companies, premiums have risen and requirements have tightened. 

Organizations need to be proactive about their security programs before securing coverage. Chris Furner, Senior Sales Engineer at Blumira, and Wes Spencer, VP, Channel Chief at Fifthwall Solutions, will explain the evolving requirements of cyber insurance. You’ll learn:

  • How to determine whether cyber insurance makes sense for your organization
  • Security controls you need to be insurable now — and in the next few years 
  • The evolution of cyber insurance over the past decade 

This interactive, conversational-style session encourages questions and engagement with viewers – so sign up today for access to our security experts.


Chris Furner, Senior Sales Engineer, Blumira

Chris joined Blumira after spending more than 7 years at Worksighted, an 85-employee MSP. As a security engineer and consultant, Chris spent several years building security programs for customers, analyzing threats and performing incident response. In the process, he developed a deep understanding of the unique needs of MSPs. He joined Blumira because of a deep belief in the product and its ability to fit naturally into the MSP security stack.

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.