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Breakfast Briefing: How You Respond to a Major Cyber Incident

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30 October 2018 - 08:30 - 12:30 BST - HMS Belfast, London

In partnership with Infosecurity Magazine, CrowdStrike is hosting an important breakfast briefing looking at how you prepare, respond and recover from a major security incident in an EU GDPR and ePrivacy regulated environment.

The motto of the Royal Navy is: Si vis pacem, para bellum; If you wish for peace, prepare for war. UK businesses are certainly under attack with almost half of them identifying a breach or incident in the last 12 months. Against this new normal, we’ve assembled an impressive line-up of speakers to help you prepare for the inevitable. 

This is not just a technological challenge and often the human element is overlooked. Admiral Lord West GCB, DSC, PC is uniquely placed to talk about the qualities of leadership that are essential during any crisis. Prior to Lord West’s illustrious cyber security career, he led a remarkable life at sea. During the Falklands War, as Commander of HMS Ardent, he was the last man to leave his stricken ship before it sank. He was subsequently awarded the Distinguished Service Cross.

Shawn Henry began his singular career in cyber security at the FBI. In recent years, he and his team have been called in to assist in some of the most noteworthy global cyber incidents. In this briefing, he will describe those experiences and the lessons learnt that are applicable to all.

The EU GDPR and ePrivacy Regulatory frameworks mean that legal considerations need to be at the core of cyber risk management. Our expert, Jonathan Kewley of Clifford Chance will share his experience in developing a robust cyber disaster response plan, addressing reputational priorities as well as your legal obligations in a crisis scenario.

Finally, we gain a valuable practitioner’s perspective from Lorraine Dryland, one of the most experienced cyber security professionals whose investigative expertise spans both government and industry. Lorraine’s advice and shared experience will help you build resilience into your organisation.

This strategic briefing is suitable for senior information security decision-makers. Chatham House rules apply. CPE credits are available for this briefing.

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Time Topic  Speaker 
08:30 - 09:00 Guest arrive, registration and breakfast All
09:00 - 09:10 Welcome Dan Raywood, Infosecurity Magazine
09:10 - 09:50 Marshalling a team in a moment of crisis. The lessons every leader must know Admiral Lord West, Former UK Minister of Security
09:50 - 10:30 Discovering and dealing with a data breach. Lessons learnt from responding to global cyber incidents Shawn Henry, Crowdstrike 
10:30 - 10:45 Coffee break  All 
10:45 - 11:25 Understanding the regulatory framework and how best to engage your legal team  Jonathan Kewley - Clifford Chance LLC
11:25-12:15 A practitoner's perspective on preparing your executive team and organisation for a crisis event Lorraine Dryland, Department of Work & Pensions 
12:15 - 12:30 Q&A and refreshments  All 


 

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