If your organisation suffers a ransomware attack, what should you do? What are the consequences of paying up? Will cyber insurance cover the cost?
In conjunction with The Trust Bridge and ADPP, we are delighted to host a panel discussion on this highly topical issue. Our expert panel will address these questions, share some first-hand experiences, and guide you through the decisions you need to make and help steer you from the pitfalls. We will provide plenty of guidance to help you prepare for and mitigate the risks, as well as time for questions at the end.
Penny Heyes, COO of The Trust Bridge and manager of ADPP
Malcolm Dowden, Data Protection, Cybersecurity and Digital Assets lawyer at Squire Patton Boggs
An experienced lawyer, and an internationally accredited legal training provider, Malcolm Dowden has particular expertise in data protection and privacy, blockchain, distributed ledger and the “internet of things”. In 2019 he co-wrote a chapter for the American Bar Association book on The Law of Artificial Intelligence and Smart Machines. Malcolm regularly advises clients on resilience measures to protect against ransomware and other cyber-attacks, and on the legal and regulatory steps required if an attack succeeds.
David Clarke FBCS, chief technology officer of The Trust Bridge and co-founder of ADPP
The Trust Bridge’s chief technology officer, David Clarke is known in the GDPR industry and has a GDPR LinkedIn group with over 23,000 members.
David was recognised in the top 10 of the Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) list as published by Thomson Reuters.
David is highly knowledgeable of global project delivery and operational leadership. He has operated across FTSE 100, SME and startups within financial services, FinTech, telecoms, technology and utilities sectors, developing strong coherent cybersecurity, GDPR data protection and privacy strategies.
David created a global infrastructure for the world’s largest private trading network, trading US$3 trillion a day, and has managed multiple global security operations centres.
David has been recognised as one of the top 10 influencers by Thomson Reuters and is in the top 30 most influential thought leaders and thinkers on social media, in risk management, compliance and regtech in the UK.
Speaker J, information technology and privacy lead for a global manufacturing company based in the US and Europe
Speaker J will give us an insight into the issues that arose and the decisions that had to be made while under an attack that threatened to cripple her business, globally – what happened, what the organisation did, and how have they recovered and prepared to prevent a repeat.