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New technological innovations are creating new criminal opportunities in which the computer and the World Wide Web are used as an instrument to pursue illegal actions. It is estimated that two thirds of big UK businesses have suffered a cyber-attack in the past year and it is now one of the most-reported types of economic crime.
With cyber attacks grabbing headlines around the world organisations are realising that they need to move from a reactive, fire-fighting mode, where cyber may be regarded as merely an IT issue, to a proactive stance so that boards stay ahead of and manage this potentially devastating risk.
This conference will look at how companies should respond to cybercrime through incident response, reputational risk management as well as looking at the criminal and civil remedies available to them to pursue the perpetrators and recover stolen data or assets.
ATTEND THIS EVENT TO GAIN INSIGHT INTO:
- The National Information Security Directive, the General Data Protection Regulation and Brexit
- What Can Be Expected of the ICO?
- What Role Will the National Cyber Security Centre Play?
- Cops and Robbers: Involving Law Enforcement
- Civil & Criminal Remedies and Effectiveness
- The Role of Cyber Insurance
- Civil Action Against the Breached — Minimise Your Exposure to Civil Claims
- Putting Together a Comprehensive Incident Response Plan and Incident Response Team
- Stress Testing Incident Response Plans
- Good Governance
- Dealing With Breaches in the Supply Chain
- International Elements to a Cybercrime
- Strategies for Prevention
- Developing Crisis Management Solutions
- Forensic Investigation and Gathering Evidence
- Reputational Risk
Make sure you gain advantage by getting the latest thinking and strategic direction from the best in the business.
We look forward to welcoming you at the conference.
Danushka De Alwis
Legal Conference Producer
+44 20 7878 6937 | D.Dealwis@C5-Online.com