Managing Data Breaches under GDPR
This unique event will engage and challenge the audience about data breach preparations.
27-43 Whitehall, Westminster
October 19
Security breaches happen every day, but always to someone else... or that's the hope of thousands of security and compliance professionals.
2012
Largest fines for a Data Breach
Fines over £250K
£350K
2012
Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust
£250K
Scottish Borders Council
£183.39M
British Airways Fined
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2016
2018
2019
£250K
£400K
£500K
£400K
Sony
TalkTalk
Facebook
Carphone Warehouse
£500K
Equifax
£400K
Uber
£400K
£325K
Yahoo
Crow Prosecution Service
Source: ICO - Information Commisioner's Office
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Compliance and security experts will walk through a major data breach based on the British Airways hack and take you through the impact using realistic scenarios based on their own personal experience.
Speakers
Compliance and security experts will re-create a major data breach based on the serious British Airways hack and take you through the impact using realistic scenarios based on their own personal experience.
Security researcher, Igor Yuklyanyuk will create a similar hack to the one that affected British Airways, siphoning data captured on a secure webpage.

Igor will demonstrate the ways in which 3rd party scripts can be modified to become malicious and discuss some best practice approaches and ways to verify your code.

Igor will explain why code reviews may not be the answer, and how projects can use 3rd party libraries safely, if it is possible at all.
Igor Yuklyanyuk
Nick will be the DPO, whose job will be to interpret the results and assess the impact to the data subjects with limited information. He will have to determine the confidence level of the information he is being provided and ultimately make a judgement call on whether to inform the ICO, and potentially, the Data Subjects themselves.

If a decision is made to communicate to their clients, the DPO will have to assist in managing that communication against a backdrop of the Board of Directors instructions, and input from the head of customer services, who may have different objectives and opinions on what the communication should look like.
Nick Baskett
What will you learn
In this "one-of-a-kind" event, you"ll learn first hand from experts in the field, what it looks like to have to deal with a major security incident including:
Learning about the breach – it may not be obvious
Making key decisions with limited information
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Disastrous mistakes to avoid in communication
Managing the post-incident might be harder than the incident itself
What and how to communicate with the ICO
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Top Reasons
to Attend this Event
The risk and costs of a Data Breach has never been higher
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Experienced DPO's and security experts will share their experiences
The event will show how both Security and Compliance need to work together
Free mini handbook on how to conduct a DPIA
Network with other professionals and share the knowledge
The event will continue with a discussion on the preparation steps you can take to minimise the risk, impact, and pain of a data breach.
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At the conclusion, there will be a Question and Answer session with the panel.
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Each attendee will receive a free copy of UKGDPR's new "Running successful DPIA's" handbook.

It compiles advice from the European Data Protection Board, along with best practice Risk Assessment methodology based on BS3100 in an easy to read format with diagrams and cheat sheet.
Don't let this event pass you by. Book your place now!
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27-43 Whitehall, Westminster
October 19