Life after GDPR – What This Means For Cyber Security
Title: Life After GDPR - What This Means For Cyber Security
Time: Registration/Lunch 12:00, 12:30 start, until 13:30
Cost: Lecture free; Lunch £5 per person (book in advance, pay on the day)
In the changing digitalised world, the session looks at the risk of holding increased levels of electronic data. Following the introduction of GDPR in May we look at whether businesses, in particular SME’s, have gone far enough to protect themselves against data loss and the impact of a Cyber attack.
Who should attend?
Anyone who deals with SME’s in an underwriting or claims capacity or has an interest in the Cyber arena.
• The impact and risk of holding electronic data with specific focus on SME’s.
• The true impact of GDPR
• Understanding the risk of data loss to a business
• Protecting your business from Cyber threats
• Ransomware – the impact and true cost
• An insight into Disaster Recovery
Michael has worked within the network consultancy industry for 25 years and has ‘grown up’ with the Internet since its accepted industry inception in 1994. He works with a large range of SME’s to identify information security weakness within systems and provides solutions and advice.
David has over 30 years of financial service industry experience and specialises in regulatory compliance and is responsible for the internal compliance at QuestGates Chartered Loss adjusters. Prior to joining QuestGates, David held a number of similar roles for FCA regulated SME’s.
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