Cyber Insurance and Security Forum Information

The Cyber Risk Forum is an online discussion site on Cyber Insurance News where members can post questions or comments and others can view and reply to these messages. A discussion forum can be an effective engagement tool.

Forum Categories:

n Underwriting n Security
n Cyber Attacks n Claims
n Insurance Policy Issues n Crisis Management

A forum can benefit members, volunteers and/or supporters by providing a way to:

  • connect and network with other members or supporters,
  • share information,
  • offer feedback or opinions,
  • ask questions and get answers,
  • have an additional means of interacting with members/supporters,
  • develop relationship and engage new clients,
  • receive insightful feedback and information that can be used in planning or decision-making.

Our members come from leading insurance companies, brokerage firms, insured companies and organizations, security and technology companies and law firms.


Forum Policies

The Cyber Risk Forum provides a place for the cyber insurance and security community to congregate, collaborate, discuss and share their ideas. It offers a member insight that can be used to better serve his/her business. Creating real engagement can take a lot of work. However, an active forum can be a real boon to a company or an organization.

As with all social media, there are clear policies rules of use for all visitors/users of the forum. Most forums have a “terms of use” or “forum rules” document that new visitors are asked to review. This outlines guidelines on what will or will not accepted in postings on a forum. In addition, whomever is tasked with managing or acting as administer on the forum will need to have clear direction on process to follow regarding problem postings. If a moderators does need to remove or modify a post in a forum, they they must promptly post a notice alerting people as to why this was done.

There are two types of forums:

  • moderated forums where posts are submitted through and approved by a moderator (or administrator),
  • non-moderated forums, where visitors post messages directly.

To participate in a forum you must be a registered member.

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