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June 22, 2021 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM HKT
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Overview (Program Summary)

Cybersecurity is now top of the corporate counsel’s agenda. As organisations become increasingly data-driven, cyber is a key vector by which major organisational crisis occur. Counsels are at the centre of both planning the response to a cyber breach –whether that be loss of IP, extortion, or interruption of business -  and managing the regulatory, legal and reputational impacts.

In this interactive session with Control Risks, Ben Wootliff and Jim Fitzsimons will guide you through the key dos and don’ts of managing a cyber crisis. The session will cover:

  • The central function of the GC and legal department in identifying and safeguarding the company’s key digital assets, reputation and other core interests
  • How to build effective cyber crisis management, business continuity and resilience programmes that take into account local contexts and HQ expectations
  • An overview of key regulations and certification requirements of key Asia Pacific jurisdictions
  • Exercising real-life scenarios to test your analytical and crisis handling skills

SPEAKERS:

  1. Ben Wootliff
    Partner
     
  2. Jim Fitzsimons
    Principal

EVENT DETAILS:

Date: Tuesday, 22 June 2021

Time: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Location: Webinar links will be sent upon registration

CPD Points: CPD points have been applied for.  Please note you need to be logged in for the full duration of the webinar to qualify for CPD points. Unfortunately, points cannot be applied for members who join the webinar via telephone link. 


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Credits: 1 point applied for
Category: HK Points have been applied for
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