This webinar will provide an overview of relevant statutory and regulatory considerations that arise in the event of a cyber-attack and specifically in the event a decision is made to engage with the threat actor (including criminal offences, reporting obligations and regulatory systems and controls requirements), along with analysis of current market trends.

The webinar will be hosted by David McIlwaine and Stuart Davey, who are both technology litigators with a significant experience of helping clients become cyber ready, responding to cyber incidents and managing cyber and data related litigation. David was recently seconded into the legal team at the National Cyber Security Centre.

Agenda

  • the threat landscape facing banks including the recent surge in ransomware demands,
  • themes related to regulatory investigations and enforcement, drawn from our Cyber team’s 2020 Annual Report;
  • the hot topic of data subject claims, including the case of Lloyd v Google and the availability of the DISP complaints process.
Who should attend?

This session is targeted at those working within banks, however principles will apply cross sector. 

 

Event date

13:00 - 14:00 BST

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