Insurance & the GDPR:
How firms can minimise the cost of non-compliance

Recorded on: August 15, 2017 – 12:00 PM

Although no universal insurance policy can cover you against the GDPR, you can take steps to minimise the costs of non-compliance. The repercussions of a data breach go well beyond GDPR fines - with the costs of breach reporting, incident management, public relations and downtime all increasing the damage.

Yet, the financial impact of a GDPR breach can be lessened, with many cyber-policies able to cover these additional costs. To be eligible, you need to make sure you have robust cyber-security foundations in place.

In this guest webinar Nadia McAree, Cyber Expert from Consort Insurance discusses why more businesses are turning to cyber-policies in the run-up to the GDPR, and what underwriters are looking for when assessing a premium.

In this webinar we explore:

  • A cyber-insurance firm's eligibility checklist

  • How cyber-insurance policies can minimise the impact of a breach

  • Why cyber-security is a core part of the GDPR

  • Common cyber-risks and how they could impact compliance

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About the Speakers

Nadia Macaree Circle

Nadia McAree

Cyber expert, Consort Insurance

Nadia is the cyber expert at Consort Insurance focused on how firms can remain compliant with various regulations. 


Matthew Newton

Joint Managing Director, Oosha

With over 20 years’ experience in the internet connectivity, cloud and managed service arena, Matt has gained a wealth of knowledge. As a proven guru in everything Tech, Matt regularly spreads his wisdom at technology events across the country.

Matt’s aim for Oosha is simple – to make IT simple for customers. Allowing them to focus on running their business, without being let down by, or worrying about technology. 

Expertise in the professional sector, in particular, has helped Matt provide many effective IT solutions, created specifically for those in the legal and accounting sectors.