In-person Event |
The Lab, Light ADL,
63 Light Square,
Adelaide, SA 5000
Overview (Program Summary)
When a cyber-attack or data breach hits your organisation, the pressure to react immediately is acute and there will be limited time to think or plan. A comprehensive, approved plan and regular cyber drills involving your board and key personnel are critical to your organisation’s effective response.
LK Principal, Brooke Hall-Carney, will lead an interactive cyber drill focused on core legal considerations to test your readiness to respond in the event of a cyber incident. Brooke will discuss some of the critical issues that your organisation and its board will need to address, including insurance, payment of ransom, communication, notification, damage to brand, director’s duties and what happens after the event.
With legislative reform increasing the personal risk of executives and Boards, our cyber drill will allow you to assess your organisation’s ability to respond and recover.
Brooke Hall-Carney is an experienced commercial litigator and technologist, who has worked on all of the commonly known "mega litigations" of Bell, One.Tel and C7 Pay TV sports rights. Brooke also acts for space industry clients, and clients in relation to cyber incidents and data breaches, including advising a US institutional bank in relation to an inadvertent data spill. Brooke advises boards and executives on their cyber risk and strategy, and conducts cyber scenario training. Brooke speaks about technology in a way that lawyers understand and the law in a way that technologists understand.
Brooke regularly speaks nationally and internationally, including to members of the judiciary, on digitisation, emerging technologies, including data, AI, crypto and blockchain. Recent speaking engagements include INSOL 2023 Tokyo and ILTA 2023 Orlando together with Lt. Col. Robert Darling USMC (Author, 24 Hours Inside the President’s Bunker) and Tim Brown (CISO, Solar Winds) on cyber and risk management.
Brooke was the recipient of a Commonwealth Fellowship to teach and study Master of Laws, University of British Columbia in commercial law and native title and completed at Harvard, Cybersecurity: Managing Risk In the Information Age. She was shortlisted in the Euromoney Asia Women in Business Law Awards in Privacy & Data Protection 2018; Doyle's Guide 2017, 2022 and 2023; and a Finalist in Lawyers Weekly Tech Partner of the Year 2022 and a Finalist for Cyber Partner of year 2023. Brooke is a member of the AICD and a director on Boards.
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