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ICO enforcement: the lifecycle of a breach

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Description

This webinar will take participants through the lifecycle of a personal data breach from a privacy and cybersecurity perspective, using interactive polls to guide our discussion about the challenges of responding to an Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) investigation against the looming threat of follow-on litigation. We will share our insights and real-life experience of what we have seen go well (and not so well) when dealing with a personal data breach, including:

  • Identifying and locking down the breach
  • Considering whether to report to the regulator
  • The regulator’s response and subsequent investigation
  • Planning for follow-on litigation


Speakers

Keily Blair, partner

Keily heads up the Cyber & Data Privacy Enforcement & Litigation Practice in London. Keily works with her clients to navigate crises, and to achieve better regulatory and judicial outcomes in all aspects of international data privacy enforcement and litigation. Keily is ranked as a key practitioner in data protection, privacy and cyber security in Legal 500.

 

James Lloyd, partner

James is a partner in Orrick's Cyber & Data Privacy Enforcement & Litigation Practice in London. He assists clients to achieve better regulatory and judicial outcomes in all aspects of international data privacy enforcement and litigation.

 

 

Andrew Beckett, managing director and EMEA leader, Cyber Risk Practice

Andrew began his career at GCHQ where he held a variety of roles including head of the branch responsible for providing cyber security advice to government departments and penetration testing.  He also served in the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). This is an International Civil Service organisation operating under the auspices of the UN where Andrew was the first head of the Office of Confidentiality and Security and charged with setting up this team. Andrew went on to run his own commercial consultancies before joining Airbus Defense and Space in the UK as the head of Cyber Defense, a role he filled for five years before joining Kroll. Andrew is a visiting professor of Cyber Security at the University of South Wales.

Details

Date
12 May 2020
Time
13:00 - 13:55 UTC
Duration
55 min
Language
English
Location
Online