Cyber Security Workshop with Rebecca Steer
Where: The Square Club, 15 Berkeley Square, BS8 1HB
When: 01 October 2019 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Cyber security is increasingly a concern for board directors and senior management teams. The UK government has found that only 16% of boards at UK FTSE 350 companies have a comprehensive understanding of the impact of cyber security for their business, despite 96% of such businesses having a security strategy in place.
Who should attend?
Aimed at directors, senior executives, general managers and those who are responsible for compliance, cyber security and data within Creative Digital and Technology business.
About the workshop
The session will cover identifying risk within your business, implementing appropriate policies and practices to protect your business, and considerations for incident recover procedures. We will specifically look at personal liability for directors arising from cyber security breaches and why senior management teams are a target. We will also look at post GDPR fines for data breaches and areas where businesses are taking risks such as contractual liability and poor due diligence of sub-contractors and sub-processors.
This workshop will address how you can protect, mitigate and avoid these issues and is brought to you by award-winning lawyer, Rebecca Steer, who specialises in IP, IT and media law.
The workshop will cover:
- Cyber Security best practice to identify, protect, detect, respond and recover from incidents.
- Key issues for board members.
- Review of relevant standards, legislation, guidance and cases.
- Update on GDPR post implementation, review of latest fines and approach of the ICO post implementation. What can we learn? Identifying common areas where businesses are still working towards compliance.
- Preparing and testing cyber incident response plans.
- Advice on associated contract implications and best practice with suppliers, customers and staff.
Tickets & Entry
This workshop takes place at The Square Club, Clifton, from 3-5pm on Tuesday 1st October. Tickets are £25+VAT for members and £40+VAT for non members.
Entry Cost: £25+VAT for Bristol Media members // £40+VAT for non-members
Posted by: | 01-08-2019