Scott Stransky

Scott Stransky is Vice President, Emerging Risk Modeling in AIR's Research and Modeling group. He is responsible for cyber risk modeling and analytics for all cyber solutions across Verisk and leads AIR’s Statistics and Applied Mathematics group, which is responsible for cyber risk modeling, supply chain modeling, life and health modeling, and stochastic catalog generation for various wind perils. He managed the research and development of AIR’s most recent tropical cyclone models for the Caribbean and Hawaii, and severe thunderstorm models for the US and Canada. He has participated in damage surveys for severe thunderstorms, tropical cyclones, and wildfires. Scott earned a B.S. in Mathematics with Computer Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Atmospheric Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His Master’s research involved numerical modeling of rotating fluids in the laboratory setting and extrapolating the results to real-world weather models. He has been at AIR since 2007.

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Following are some recent blogs:

14 Cyber Insurance Coverages You Should Care About

14 Cyber Insurance Coverages You Should Care About

August 6, 2020
8 Event Vectors that Can Lead to Data Compromise Loss

8 Event Vectors that Can Lead to Data Compromise Loss

June 29, 2020
Three Cyber Incidents That Weren't Cyber Attacks

Three Cyber Incidents That Weren't Cyber Attacks

June 8, 2020
It's Time for AIR's Annual Hurricane Contest!

It's Time for AIR's Annual Hurricane Contest!

May 14, 2020
AIR's 2019 Client Hurricane Contest Has a Winner!

AIR's 2019 Client Hurricane Contest Has a Winner!

January 9, 2020
Enter AIR's Annual Hurricane Contest!

Enter AIR's Annual Hurricane Contest!

May 16, 2019
And the Winner of AIR's 2018 Client Hurricane Contest Is...

And the Winner of AIR's 2018 Client Hurricane Contest Is...

January 10, 2019
Introducing Our Probabilistic Model for Cyber Risk in ARC

Introducing Our Probabilistic Model for Cyber Risk in ARC

October 31, 2018
It's Time for AIR's Hurricane Contest!

It's Time for AIR's Hurricane Contest!

May 8, 2018
AIR's Client Hurricane Contest for 2017 Has a Winner!

AIR's Client Hurricane Contest for 2017 Has a Winner!

January 8, 2018
Regulation in Cyber: One Year from Today GDPR Takes Effect

Regulation in Cyber: One Year from Today GDPR Takes Effect

May 25, 2017
Another Year, Another AIR Hurricane Contest!

Another Year, Another AIR Hurricane Contest!

May 17, 2017
#SilentSilentCyber

#SilentSilentCyber

April 21, 2017
How to Protect Your Data from Being Held for Ransom

How to Protect Your Data from Being Held for Ransom

February 1, 2017
AIR's First Client Hurricane Contest: The Results!

AIR's First Client Hurricane Contest: The Results!

January 9, 2017
An Awesome Response to AIR's Hurricane Contest

An Awesome Response to AIR's Hurricane Contest

June 16, 2016
Enter AIR's Hurricane Contest!

Enter AIR's Hurricane Contest!

May 16, 2016
The Power of Open Source Cyber Scenarios

The Power of Open Source Cyber Scenarios

April 22, 2016
Making Use of Cyber Standards Now

Making Use of Cyber Standards Now

January 25, 2016
Steering Currents Save Hawaii (This Year...)

Steering Currents Save Hawaii (This Year...)

December 11, 2015
Hacking the Stock Market

Hacking the Stock Market

August 24, 2015
Large Hail in Canada: An Impromptu Damage Survey

Large Hail in Canada: An Impromptu Damage Survey

June 29, 2015
Behind the Scenes at the National Weather Center

Behind the Scenes at the National Weather Center

March 12, 2015
Hacking the Bitcoin

Hacking the Bitcoin

February 9, 2015
Weather and Cyber Risk

Weather and Cyber Risk

November 17, 2014
Did Gonzalo's Eye Save Bermuda Money?

Did Gonzalo's Eye Save Bermuda Money?

October 21, 2014
How Many Tornadoes Does Canada Really Get?

How Many Tornadoes Does Canada Really Get?

October 16, 2014
Tropical Storm Iselle Damage Survey

Tropical Storm Iselle Damage Survey

August 18, 2014
Considerations When Building a Sharknado Model

Considerations When Building a Sharknado Model

July 31, 2014
Wind fields. Yes tornadoes have them too.

Wind fields. Yes tornadoes have them too.

May 19, 2014
Where Have All the Tornadoes Gone?

Where Have All the Tornadoes Gone?

April 8, 2014

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