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Cyber incidents are becoming more frequent, targeted, sophisticated and costly, with a projected $10.5 trillion annual global cost by 2025. To better understand the evolution of cyber attacks and their impact on organizations, host and Engagement Management Leader for Cyber Solutions, Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company, Rachel Ratcliff welcomes Aon’s North American Head of Incident Response and Digital Forensics Incident Response Practice Leader for Stroz Friedberg, an Aon company, Jonathan Rajewski and Aon’s VP and U.S. Broking Growth Leader for Aon’s Cyber Solutions, Samantha Billy, for a conversation about the what, when and why of the proactive approach to this costly problem — cyber threat hunting.
- [1:26] Samantha and Jonathan highlight their responsibilities at Aon.
- [2:47] The evolution of cyber attacks and their impact on organizations.
- [5:15] How the changing threat landscape has impacted the cyber insurance marketplace.
- [7:29] What is a threat hunt and when should organizations consider conducting one?
- [11:51] How can threat hunting work to achieve cyber resilience?
- [17:42] The impact of threat hunts on insurance coverage and renewals.
- [19:15] Achieving cyber resilience starts with proactive efforts.
- “Cyber attacks continue to not only evolve, but they’re becoming more frequent, targeted, sophisticated and costly for organizations of all sizes.” — Jonathan Rajewski
- “Threat actors have evolved, and they have very sophisticated techniques. They’ve grown and scaled their operations to be able to impact global organizations.” — Jonathan Rajewski
- “The landscape has changed the cyber insurance marketplace to be much more hardened.” — Samantha Billy
- “Cyber threat hunting is a great instrument for organizations to use to demonstrate if their existing cyber resilience is actually working.” — Jonathan Rajewski
- “Threat hunting is one of the best tools that can minimize a company’s exposure from top to bottom.” — Samantha Billy
- “Cyber resilience is a culture.” — Samantha Billy