CatIQ Connect

Quarterly Webinar Series


Bringing Together Industry, Academia and Government
to Discuss Canadian Natural and Human-Made Catastrophes
CatIQ Connect is a content-driven discussion to foster collaboration before, during and after catastrophic events. This quarterly webinar series, in place of the conference during COVID-19, provides a detailed overview of catastrophes, discusses strategies in catastrophe management and explores sector perspectives. Overall themes are on preparedness and resiliency, available tools, and impacted stakeholders and policy makers working together for the greater good of all Canadians.

Cyber & The Connected World
8:40 am
Webinar Waiting Room Opens
9:00 am
Cyber Insurance: Challenges, Opportunities, and the State of the Industry
Moderator:
Gregory Eskins
Managing Director, Cyber Product Leaders, US & Canada, Marsh Canada
Managing Director, Aon
Senior General Adjuster, Cyber Practice Leader for North America, Crawford & Company (Canada) Inc.
President & CEO, Ridge Canada Cyber Solutions Inc.

 

10:15 am
Break
10:30 am
Communities in an Integrated World
Moderator: TBC
Director of Corporate Performance/CIO, City of Saint John

 

11:45 am
Break
12:30 pm
Tail Risks Arising from Our Interconnected World
Moderator: Dr. Jordan Brennan
Chief Economist & VP, Policy Development, IBC
Director of Cyber, Geneva Association
Managing Director, North American Cyber Analytics Lead, Guy Carpenter
Managing Director, Head of the Cyber Risk Analytics Center of Excellence, Marsh McLennan
Senior Vice President & Chief Underwriting Officer, Odyssey Re

 

1:45 pm
Break
2:00 pm
Keynote Presentation
Associate Professor of Strategic Foresight & Innovation and Director of the Resilience Design Lab, OCAD University

 

3:00 pm
Closing Remarks

New in Catastrophe Technology & Modelling
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Catastrophes: Past, Present, and Innovative Paths Forward
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Sustainable and Inclusive CAT Managements at All Levels
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