JLT’s Sarah Stephens on the Cyber Market and Brian Krebs

Sarah Stephens had a busy morning at #PLUScyber, moderating our discussion with Brian Krebs, participating in our Hot Topics panel, then visiting the PLUS Media Zone to answer a few questions. She even managed to tweet a few times (give her a follow @sarahmstep).

Here she discusses what she meant when she said the cyber market is like a teenager, whether she thinks the market is sustainable, and what her key takeaways from her chat with Brian Krebs.

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