The current pandemic has changed the way we work, and reinforced our dependence on technology. But it has also sent cyber security risk levels skyward. So what can you do to shield your organisation’s business continuity and operations from the fallout, going forward?
Reliance acsn and Burges Salmon have brought together expert speakers to explore your options for managing cyber security risk across several critical fronts in the post-COVID world – including infrastructure and deployment, the legal landscape, and insurance.
Ask the specialists – and get an answer
Director for technology, data protection and cyber security, Burges Salmon LLP
Lucy was recently recognised as a ‘Next Generation Lawyer’ for IT and Telecoms by Legal 500 and was noted for her data protection expertise. Lucy’s experience ranges from advising on international, multi-party technology outsourcings through to advising on the handling of enforcement action by the UK’s Information Commissioner.
TARQUIN FOLLISS OBE
VICE CHAIRMAN, RELIANCE ACSN
Prior to joining Reliance acsn, Tarquin worked with many technology and other private sector companies, following a 30-year career as a senior diplomat focusing on national security policy, as well as in the military, and in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Chief Solutions Officer
With over 25 years’ experience in cloud, security and managed services, Rob is a strategic security leader who has solved cyber security challenges for customers globally, including large corporates, telcos, and government installations. He has a passion for developing and implementing new ways of using technology to solve organisations’ cyber security issues and protect business continuity.
Partner, insurance specialist, Burges Salmon LLP
Matt assists organisations with contentious and non-contentious insurance matters, including policy coverage claims, indemnity policies, and reviewing insurance policies held as security by lenders. Matt acts for accountancy, financial, construction and infrastructure and energy clients, amongst others.
What you’ll learn about in this webinar
- What are the emerging risks in a post-COVID world? How important is cyber security now?
- COVID-19 and remote working: how have they affected preparation for a cyber incident?
- What are the 5 key steps in cyber security / business continuity to make you more resilient?
- What’s the impact of a cyber breach – and can you insure your organisation against it?
- What role does technology procurement play in reducing future risk, and turning cost into ROI?
- Whatever else you ask our experts about!
BOOK YOUR PLACE
To book your place on this webinar on Thursday, 23rd June 2020, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. BST, click here