Successfully Navigating the Impact of a Cyber Attack
Update on Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) Scheme
Poor management of cyber incidents today are front page news tomorrow.
Technology and data are fast becoming critical assets for every organisation, hence highly valued by data thieves. Protecting your business and data, be it yours or your customers, from the impact of a cyber attack is more important than ever.
But this is easier said than done.
With the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme in effect since 22 February 2018, Australian organisations must become more focussed than ever on cyber security issues. Until now, organisations generally opted not to make disclosures about cyber breaches. However, that has all changed with the NDB scheme. Mandatory notification of breaches will become common and organisations need to understand, first, how to navigate the regime, and then managing the unexpected complexities of the cyber event itself.
Organisations must elevate cyber issues to the C-Suite and Board and think creatively about mitigating risks.
Every organisation needs a plan.
This event brings together a panel of experts who will work through a real life cyber attack scenario, to help you to understand:
• what your obligations are under the law, and how to ensure you comply with them;
• how to manage the reputational fallout following a breach, and how to effectively communicate with both internal and external stakeholders; and
• the forensics behind a cyber attack, including how data might be stolen, where it might go, and what you can do to stop it.
Michael Williams, Partner and Head of the Cyber Response Team, Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers
Peter Wilkinson, Chair, Wilkinson Butler
Rodney McKemmish, Digital Forensic and Cyber Forensic specialist, CYTER
Sheila McGregor, Partner and Head of the Technology and Digital Group, Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers
This event is by invitation only. Please contact Amanda Bagnall, Event Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending the event.