January 23rd 2023 - Wooburn Green, Bucks.
Following our recent Cyber Simulation Workshops in the USA, we are running a series of these in the UK. Our first of 2024 will be on January 23rd in Wooburn Green Bucks starting at 11.30 for registration. We would be delighted if you would like to attend.
Registration will take place at 11,30am and lunch will be served before we start the workshop.
Places are limited so if you would like to join us, please book your place by clicking here
Our panel will consist of:
Moderator: Penny Heyes (COO, The TrustBridge)
Malcolm Dowden: Co-Head of Knowledge Management, Data Privacy, Cybersecurity and Digital Assets, Squire Patton Boggs
Malcolm is a commercial and regulatory lawyer with extensive experience of contractual regulatory and legislative drafting in the UK and other common law jurisdictions. He has advised commercial, government and public sector bodies on a wide range of issues affecting electronic communications, transport, infrastructure and other development projects.
Malcolm is an internationally-accredited provider of legal and professional training and has designed and delivered training on issues such as contract risk management, contractual and statutory drafting and regulatory policy in the UK, Africa, South-East Asia and India.
He was appointed lead training consultant to the Law Society of England and Wales International Division and has delivered training on Public Private Partnership laws and contracts on behalf of UKTI and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Prosperity Fund in several African countries
He currently works for the International law firm, Squire Patton Bogs
David Clarke FBCS, Chief Technology Officer, TTB
David is a highly experienced Chief Information Security Officer/Cyber Security and GDPR Management, well known in the GDPR industry and recognized in the top 10 of the GRC (Governance, Risk and Compliance) list as published by Thompson Reuters.
David has been recognized: ·
He is the author of The TrustBridge’s online data breach course, which is the only APMG/National Cyber Security Centres approved online breach training course.
A consultant with a deep knowledge of Global project delivery and operational leadership. Operating across FTSE 100, SME and start-ups within Financial Services, FinTech, Telecoms, Technology and Utilities sectors developing strong coherent cyber security, GDPR/CCPA data protection and privacy strategies, he created a Global Infrastructure for the World’s Largest private trading Network, Trading $ 3 Trillion a day, and has managed Multiple Global Security Operations Centres.
Bill Mew: Board Member and Cyber Ambassador, International Association of Risk and Crisis Communication / Senior Consultant and Cyber Incident Specialist, The Trust Bridge
Bill is one of the world’s top campaigners for digital ethics and founder of The Crisis Team with whom we work to offer our Cyber Simulation Workshops, working alongside the UK’s top cyberlaw experts, to help firms mitigate against, prepare for and, if necessary, deal with the impact of data breaches. He is also the Global Head of Cyber for IARCC (International Association of Risk and Crisis Communication).
A former global leader for IBM’s Financial Services Sector and strategist for UKCloud, which was the UK’s leading govtech player and the fastest growing privately held tech firm in Europe. He has extensive expertise in everything from fintech to govtech, working for firms large and small.
Bill also is a judge on the UK Cloud Awards and is one of the world’s top social influencers, striking the right balance between digital transformation ‘changing the world’ (including cloud, AI, etc) and digital ethics ‘doing the right thing’ (including privacy, security, etc).
In great demand as a spokesperson, Bill appears frequently and widely in the press and on broadcast TV and Radio talking about the need for meaningful protection, as well as the need to maximise the overall economic and social benefit from technology. • Profiled as one of the top global influencers on Privacy by Onalytica • Listed as one of the top 10 global govtech influencers (and the only one in the top 10 from the UK) by NodeXL (part of the Social Media Research Foundation)
Staying calm in a cyber crisis
“Don't wait until a crisis occurs before thinking of crisis management. It is like waiting until you are drowning before thinking of learning to swim.”
“It takes a lifetime to build a reputation and only seconds to destroy one.”
“"Without the senior management getting involved with cyber attack training, it is like rehearsing for a show on Broadway with only the understudies: on the first night the lead actors will not be ready”
In the current environment of daily data breaches and cyber attacks, The TrustBridge has joined forces with international law firm, Squire Patton Boogs, to offer live, interactive sessions.
Attendees will hear real life examples of what can go wrong, what has worked well, what remains uncertain when dealing with the inevitable data breach or security incident, and steps to take to mitigate risk.
During these events, a panel of industry leaders, cyber experts and legal professionals will step through a cyber incident response scenario and give real-time perspectives from the viewpoint of forensic investigation and mitigation, legal, cyber insurance, and law enforcement considerations.
These workshops, aimed at senior executives, will help prepare them to understand the risks, so if the worse happens, they can learn what decisions will need to be made whilst under pressure, their consequences, how to determine priorities, how to recover and, perhaps more importantly, what not to do.
But above all, how to mitigate risk and what to do to protect your organization against such attacks.
No organization is immune: according to recent statistics 66% of organizations say they had been affected by a cyberattack within the past year.
The data held by all business to consumer and business to business, membership organizations, conference centres and hotels, sales companies and retail is all valuable to someone; not least the organization that “owns” it. It is often personal information of individuals - so it should be protected at all cost.
If you have been following the recent high profile case in the USA in which the Chief Security Officer for Solar Winds has been personally charged by the regulator (SEC), for mishandling the company’s security and the data breach they suffered, you will be aware that all Board Directors are personally responsible for ensuring that data protection and Cyber security protocols are in place. This applies in the UK as well.
The TTB / SPB workshops are designed for industry leaders and will highlight key areas to review and action to take.