Webinar - What's next for GDPR?

May 25th wasn’t the end for GDPR compliance. Organizations now need to start thinking about how their policies and procedures and cyber security controls become part of their business as usual processes.

Lloyd’s Register and Nettitude are delivering a webinar to help organizations implement a GDPR strategy that ensures they are secure and compliant in the future.

Date: 11 July 2018
Time: 9.30 EST
Cost: Free
Duration: 1 hour including 15-minute Q&A

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Webinar Overview 

What's next for GDPR

How do organizations ensure their hard work to become compliant by May 25th translates into business as usual and ongoing best practice? 

Evaluation 
Ensuring your data protection measures and supply chain security controls are “appropriate”, effective and capable of demonstrating compliance.

Evolution 
Developing a risk based, management system approach to deal with organizational and business change, emerging privacy and security risks.

Evidence 
Adoption of best practice frameworks and standards such as ISO 27001 series, BS 10012 and ISO 22301 to demonstrate compliance to third parties.

Building a secure foundation for the future

Understanding the problem, crisis management simulation and your cyber security strategy.

Threat Assessments: Knowing where the problems lie

  • Provide situational awareness around the cyber-attack surface your organization presents to threat actors
  • Understand what vulnerabilities attack paths you have
  • Gain visibility on the unknown weaknesses within your environment.

Crisis Management Cyber Simulation: Practicing before the fire storm comes

  • Define and simulate real world attack scenario against your critical assets using a Red Team
  • Determine the level of assurance around your ability to effectively detect and respond to a likely cyber-attack.

Cyber Security Strategy: Building long term cyber resilience

  • Define an appropriate strategic approach to the risks cyber threats present to your organization - Ensure the business risks presented by cyber threats are understood and mitigated
  • Implement the right level of technical controls, governance, reporting and visibility needed to manage the threats faced
  • Ensure the benefits of adopting automation, connectivity and cloud services are met in a safe and secure manner with risks fully managed.

Speakers

Maggie Slevin, Business Development Manager - Cyber and Information Security, Lloyd's Register

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Maggie has worked for Lloyd’s Register as a Business Development and Key Account Manager for more than five years. 

She supports UK and Global clients across all industry sectors with extensive experience in compliance and risk management, business effectiveness and management systems services.

Ben Denson, Chief Technical Officer, Nettitude

BHX - Image - Ben DensonBen has had a passion for cyber security having worked in IT for 20 years with a focus on cyber security for the last 12 years. He has been deployed as a risk and security consultant, penetration tester, network security professional, and has an in depth knowledge of compliance, risk and cyber strategy.

Over the last twelve years he has worked in, led and developed technical capabilities including assurance services, threat intelligence, the Nettitude SOC & incident response/threat hunting capabilities. Of special interest has been the growth of the R&D function through highly sophisticated bespoke tooling, supported by innovation grants and academic partnerships. Research areas now include cyber threat intelligence, vulnerability research, deception technologies/honeypots and SCADA/ICS/IoT.

Ben is a regular conference speaker, a member of various industry working groups and maintains technical accreditations in key areas.

Neil Webber, Senior Information Security Consultant, Nettitude

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Neil has over 17 years’ experience in Information Security, ranging from early technical roles within government defence contractors, regulatory and compliance work in the financial sector, managed security service delivery and account management in multiple sectors including transport, manufacturing, utilities, retail and hospitality. 

Most recently Neil has been working directly with clients in the retail and hospitality sectors, helping them to understand their information risk posture to develop business-focused security strategies.

Key Areas of expertise and skills: Neil specialises in helping customers to understand their information risk posture to develop business-focused security strategies. In addition to a strategic and people-focused approach, Neil is an ISO27001 lead implementer and has a strong technical background.

About Lloyd's Register

Lloyd's Register is one of the world’s leading providers of professional services for engineering and technology – improving safety and increasing the performance of critical infrastructures for clients in over 75 countries worldwide.

The profits we generate fund the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a charity which supports science and engineering-related research, education and public engagement around everything we do. All of this helps us stand by the purpose that drives us every single day: Working together for a safer world. 

In a world of increasing complexity – overloaded with data and opinion - we know that our clients need more than technology to succeed. They need an experienced hand. A partner to listen, cut through the noise and focus on what really matters to them and their customers. Our engineers and technical experts are dedicated to assurance. That means a commitment to embracing new technology, and a deep rooted desire to drive better performance. So we consider our customers’ needs with diligence and empathy, then use our expertise and over 250 years’ experience to deliver the smart solution for everyone. 

After all, there are some things technology can’t replace.

About Nettitude

Nettitude was founded in 2003 and is an award-winning provider of cyber security, compliance, managed security services, infrastructure and incident response services to organizations in North America, Canada, Asia Pacific and further afield. Nettitude also delivers services across the UK, Europe, Africa and the Middle East from its EMEA headquarters in Warwickshire, England.

Nettitude provides true global coverage, allowing it to respond to the intricate regulatory nuances required in today’s interconnected environment. With every engagement we aim to provide tailored and pragmatic consultancy services that are designed to meet the client’s unique challenges.

Nettitude is a member of the Lloyd’s Register (LR) Group. They are among the global leaders providing professional engineering and technology services in over 185 locations worldwide.