Webinar | Data Security (G180530)
Cyber-attacks are on the rise.
The average number of successful security breaches per company each week is 2.5 according to Accenture’s 2017 Cost of Cyber Crime Study. Employees and others with access to your computer systems are your organisation’s front line of attack. But is their behaviour putting your organisation at risk?
If your organisation does succumb to a cyber-attack, there are now mandatory data breach notification requirements that you need to be aware of.
In this session Eden Winokur will discuss the new reporting obligations by reference to case studies and provide practical tips on how to protect your organisation from a cyber-attack (prevention being better than cure).
Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright
Eden is a disputes and insurance lawyer based in Sydney. He specialises in defence work and advising on coverage, primarily in professional, financial and D&O claims.
Eden has extensive experience defending directors and officers in litigated matters, including in regulatory investigations and enforcement actions. He has considerable experience acting in litigation and dispute resolution matters and advising on insurance policy coverage, handling claims for a wide range of professionals including financial advisers and planners, insurance brokers, liquidators, solicitors and accountants.
He also provides coverage advice and acts in litigation and dispute resolution on other risks, including construction.
Eden is a member of the cyber incident response team and is part of the market leading offering servicing the majority of local and international cyber insurers. He has advised in a significant number of cyber incidents, claims and investigations.
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