DATA BREACH MASTERCLASS
Audience data is key to any publisher and post-GDPR protecting consumer data is more important than ever: consumer awareness is high and regulators are more empowered. However, the reality is that breaches do and will happen. In 2018 over four in ten businesses (43%) experienced a cyber security breach*.
Under three in ten businesses (27%)* have a formal cyber security policy in place. Whilst not always the case, data breaches are often the result of human error, by being prepared you can act quickly to minimise business impact, avoid regulatory sanctions and prevent any reputational harm.
This event is aimed at senior decision makers on the board as well as digital and communications teams
*DCMS Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2018
During this practical session we will utilise case studies to cover:
- Proactive risk mitigation: preventing a breach (recommended training and processes)
- Crisis management: responding efficiently to a data breach , including investigation and recovery of data
- Communicating with the ICO, data subjects, employees and other stakeholders
- Dealing with press and industry reporting of the breach
- Learning lessons: improving your processes to protect against further breaches
Alex leads the firm's data and information law practice and specialises in privacy and data protection (including GDPR and ePrivacy), advertising, digital media, and technology and advertising related commercial contracts.
Alex advises on strategic compliance driven projects, working with clients to develop and implement pro-active risk mitigation strategies, and providing 'reactive' support in breach scenarios or with complex rights requests (such as SARs). Increasingly, the firm's data team is focused on supporting strategic clients, including major digital publishers and adtech agencies, with the development of data strategy and data exploitation practices including in the context of digital transformation and deployment of innovative technologies and cutting edge digital practices.
Jennifer leads Foot Anstey's specialist Reputation Management team and provides reputational legal advice to individual, corporate and charity clients, with a particular specialism in both the civil and criminal aspects of social media and cyber crime. She advises on a wide range of issues including defamation, privacy, blackmail, harassment, data protection, reporting restrictions and soft intellectual property.
ABOUT FOOT ANSTEY
We are one of the fastest growing law firms in the UK, with a strategic focus on the ever changing world of media, technology and entertainment. We work at the heart of these industries, advising a range of clients from major LA-based film studios and regional and national media publishing, tech companies through to start ups, entrepreneurs and investors. Through our work, we've built up a strong reputation as an energetic, proactive firm combining technical knowledge with a problem solving and strategic approach.
It isn't just us saying good things, external research confirms it - we are recognised for our media and publishing experience in Chambers and Legal 500.