Scratch the surface of the public internet and you'll quickly descend into the world of the deep and dark web. A place where secrets, malware and exploits are traded might not be a place where corporate teams want to tread.
After breaches, data loss, major bugs and now the GDPR hit the headlines, senior members of the board are becoming more interested in cyber security, and are beginning to make budget and resource available.
Although third-party suppliers bring many benefits, the reality is that their systems, data management and even employee training standards may be vastly different to that of the organization receiving the services. Many organizations fail to consider whether their suppliers take the same attitude to cyber-attacks and hacking risks as they do. This session considers the questions that organizations should be asking their suppliers, and where liability lies in the event of a security incident.