About the Event
It takes 20 years to build a reputation and few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin it.” — Stephane Nappo (Global Head Information Security for Société Générale International Banking since 2011)
The risk to cyber security is real. You should treat it as a matter of when, rather than if, your firm will be hacked. For many NZ law firms, the once unthinkable has already happened. A breach can be extremely (and possibly cripplingly) costly – in terms of loss of information and money, downtime and loss of trust. As well as attempting to salvage your reputation with your clients, you may be attempting to manage a breach of the Rules of Conduct and Client Care, an investigation by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner and/or afford increased insurance premiums – if you can still get cover. Our experienced panel will provide practical guidance on what you can do to bolster your defences in the face of faceless, innumerable and ever-inventive enemies.
In respect of cyber security:
- Get to grips with the threat and risk – the statistics are alarming.
- Become better apprised of what you need to protect and how you should do so, including the pros and cons of having an in-house vs an external provider.
- Gain insights into what proactive and reactive approaches look like and the costs of each, and how to get the most out of your cyber security budget and spend.
- Find out how to respond in the event of a breach – including who needs to be contacted and when.
- Benefit from receiving a top 10 to-do list.
Who should attend:
Principals, partners and directors, and practice managers, of firms regardless of their size.
The threat to your cyber security is real; the impacts of a breach are significant and wide-ranging. Could your firm weather the loss of information, money, time and trust? Our panel will guide you on how to bolster your defences.
When and Where
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM,
14 Sep 21
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