Carter Schoenberg is the President and Chief Executive Officer of HEMISPHERE Cyber Risk Management, Inc. Mr. Schoenberg is a certified information system security professional with over 23 years of combined experience in criminal investigations, cyber threat intelligence, cyber security, risk management and cyber law. He is a cybersecurity subject matter expert supporting government and commercial markets to better define how to evaluate a risk profile and defining criteria for brokers and carriers to utilize in their determination on coverage and premium analysis.
HEMISPHERE is working with insurance stakeholders to define appropriate standards and training of brokers and agents in determining coverage requirements, scheduled for release later in 2017. HEMISPHERE is also working with the National Association of Insurance Commissioner's Cyber Task Force.
Mr. Schoenberg's expertise has been featured at many events and his background and knowledge in the Latin American markets, specifically in Panama', has provided him with a unique and detailed view of this market segment.
Mr. Schoenberg is responsible for designing practical solutions to address cyber risk management using his proprietary cost-benefit analysis enabling system owners to make mission and cost justified decisions on cyber risk. Starting his career in law enforcement as a homicide detective, his work products have been actively used by DHS, the ISAC communities, and the Georgia Bar Association for Continuing Learning Educational (CLE) credits on the topic of cybersecurity risk and liability. His expertise is profiled at conferences including ISC2, SecureWorld Expo, ISSA and InfosecWorld.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Carter Schoenberg and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.
The insurance sector needs to have panel members that are already cleared and approved by the DoD in advance of a cyber incident being reported and arguably before coverages are agreed upon within the four corners of an insurance policy.
If more money continues to be spent on cyber defense, and our risk posture is not improving proportional to the level of spend, the insurance sector may need to reassess how to evaluate an applicant’s cyber risk profile.
When we evaluate the merits of what actually took place, we will see an interesting scenario develop that could directly impact Uber’s board of directors.
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