Agenda

The 'Pitney Bowes' Main Stage

The ‘Pitney Bowes’ Main Stage – Led by Prof. Stephen Mayson, will explore the reinvention of legal services and the effect this is having on leadership, the people, and culture within the profession.

The sessions will address innovation in a ‘rational’ vs ‘non-rational’ case, and evaluate how the legal sector is ensuring a competitive and supportive landscape in light of disruptive technologies impacting the profession. In addition, the 2017 keynotes will delve into 21st century leadership, addressing engagement techniques, skills to empower your team for the future, and address the moral framework required to steer the evolution of digital life within all professions.

Time Schedule Speakers
09:15

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Prof. Stephen Mayson – Honorary Prof. of Law, UCL (Event Chairperson)

09:20

The Reinvention of Law

  • Reinvention Versus Innovation: Leading Edge, Bleeding Edge or Boiling Frogs?
  • People: Skills, Creativity, Judgement, Empathy, Attitudes & Reward
  • Leadership and the Emerging Tension: People, Technology, Culture & Ethics

Prof. Stephen Mayson – Honorary Prof. of Law, University College London

09:40

GDPR: transforming disruption into opportunity

  • Industry disruption and digital transformation are generating change
  • GDPR and Data Protection Bill bring new urgency to firms
  • Understanding data & transforming processes builds a foundation for compliance
  • Creating a Single Customer View is key to success
  • Case studies and insight reveal how your firm can drive results

Chris Butlin – Director of Professional Services CIM, Pitney Bowes

09:55

KEYNOTE: The Leader Shift in Law: Shifting Gears to Lead in the 21st Century

  • Empowering your Team for the Future
  • Engagement as a Leverage Tool
  • Entrusting the Future to your Team
  • Mastering Questions as the Tool of Impactful Leaders

Jeff Nischwitz – Founder & Chief Story Debunker, The Nischwitz Group

10:40

Panel: Interview & Questions to the Audience

Panel of Experts will Examine & Debate the Issues Presented during Jeff Nischwitz’s Keynote Presentation

Jeff Nischwitz – Founder & Chief Story Debunker, The Nischwitz Group
Ian Connett – Legal Director, Collective
Prof. Stephen Mayson – Honorary Prof. of Law, UCL (Chair)

11:00

Stage Break

15:35

All this technology can be a dangerous thing

  • Is your technology platform managed by legal IT specialists?
  • Is your current approach compliant with the SRA and Lexcel?
  • How quickly can you recover from a potential IT failure?
  • Do you use separate best of breed suppliers for your cloud infrastructure and business continuity?

Technology now plays a vital role in enabling the modern law firm. So it’s critical that the underlying IT operation is fit for purpose. As firms increasingly innovate with new applications and take advantage of the cloud, hidden risks emerge that could lead to non-compliance, IT failures and business downtime. Leaving responsibility in the hands of a generalist is an increasingly dangerous strategy.

Mike Osborne – Executive Chairman, Databarracks
Matt Newton – Operations Director, Oosha

15:50

Technology and Humanity: the Next 10 Years (& why the Future is Better Than You May Think)

  • Humans and Technology are Increasingly Intertwining
  • Where is this Leading, What Opportunities or Challenges Lie Ahead?
  • Will Routine Jobs Evaporate or will Totally New Jobs be Invented?
  • How will Leaders Challenge and Adapt to the Current Status Quo?

Humans and technology are increasingly intertwining: bots that understand natural language and can ‘learn’, intelligent digital assistants handling an increasingly number of human tasks, cognitive computing, artificial intelligence and ‘intelligent clouds’. Where is this going, what opportunities or challenges lie ahead, what will we mere humans do in the future, will smart machines render us ‘useless’, will most routine jobs evaporate or will totally new jobs be invented… and what will it all mean for the business of law?   The future is already here – we just need to take notice!

Gerd Leonhard – Futurist & Keynote Speaker / Author / Future Strategist & CEO, The Futures Agency

16:25

Panel: Driving & Managing Law Firm Innovation

  • Is ‘Law Firm Innovation’ a Contradiction in Terms?
  • Is Innovation Easier in Smaller Firms?
  • Is Most Innovation Driven by Technology?
  • What Should Firms do to Encourage an Innovation Culture and Mindset (an Innovation Champion, Dedicated Team, Budget, No-Blame Approach, etc)?

Gerd Leonhard – Futurist & Keynote Speaker / Author / Future Strategist & CEO, The Futures Agency
David Morley – Chairman, Elaghmore
Brandon Ransley – UK Managing Partner, Dentons

Prof. Stephen Mayson – Honorary Prof. of Law, UCL (Chair)

16:55

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

  • A Summary of the issues & opportunities presented on 'The Pitney Bowes' Main Stage

Prof Stephen Mayson – Honorary Prof. of Law, UCL (Event Chairperson)

17:00

Stage Close

The 'Netlaw Media' Crown Stage

The ‘Netlaw Media’ Crown Stage – Led by Ian Jeffrey, CEO of Lewis Silkin, will address the continuous evolution of internal operations, performance management techniques, business performance and more. The 2017 agenda will evaluate the strategic investment needed by firm management to ensure the advanced growth and future ongoing success of firms, in establishing an innovation culture and a client centric service.

The session will also explore how disruptive technologies are now pushing talent management capabilities to the center of operations to drive firm success. The speakers will also highlight the benefits that automation, IoT and analytics can bring to the profession and how these are advancing Legal services into a new era.

Time Schedule Speakers
11:10

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Ian Jeffery – Chief Executive Lewis Silkin (Event Chairperson)

11:15

Operational Excellence

  • Observations from a Non-Lawyer on How Changes in the Legal Services Markets are Accelerating the Need for Change in Law Firms
  • How Operational Excellence Needs to Engage with Every Person in the Firm
  • How Genuinely Excellent Operational Standards can Drive Both Short Term Profitability and Longer Term Sustainable Competitive Advantage

Iain Johnston – Chief Operating Officer, Hill Dickinson

11:40

Legal Process Automation: Today. Tomorrow. Now.

  • Discussion of the future landscape for legal process automation
  • Where are we on the hype cycle?
  • What should your Process Maturity Model look like; today? Tomorrow?
  • Some worked examples: Commercial, PI

Ben Nicholson – Director of Strategy, sharedo by slicedbread

11:55

Maximising the Impact of Knowledge Management

  • Impact of KM on firm profitability
  • Harnessing digital evolution
  • Invest time to produce knowledge products

Jane Bradbury – Head of Knowledge & Information, Slaughter & May

12:15

It's all about Talent - Driving Success, Integration & High Performance Through People

  • Building a World Leading HR and Talent Function
  • Managing Key Competencies and Benchmarks
  • Tracking Performance Through Strategic Initiatives and Organisation Development

Jay Connolly – Global Chief Talent Officer, Dentons

12:50

Stage Break

13:40

Leaders in Finance: A Central Role in Law Firm Strategy

  • The Evolving Role of the CFO/ COO
  • Translating Numbers into Opportunity
  • Business Model Transformation for Future Growth Strategies
  • Becoming a Collaborative Partner to the CEO and wider leadership team

Clare Kennedy – COO Western Europe (excl. UK and Germany), Linklaters
Steve Rowan – Chief Financial Officer, Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Edward Gordon-Hall – Head of Finance, Edwin Coe
Ian Jeffery – Chief Executive, Lewis Silkin (Chair)   

14:00

Artificial Intelligence: the hidden risks it can find in the data room

  • How AI can identify risks and opportunities humans might overlook
  • What Luminance has found in client data rooms in over 150 transactions
  • Why this is vital to transform the due diligence process

Emily Foges – Chief Executive Officer, Luminance

14:15

The Power of the Law Firm Brand

  • Current Market Differentiation
  • The Purpose Brand vs Value Brand
  • Encouraging the Employer Brand Values
  • Added Value: Encouraging Client Innovation

Sadie Baron – Chief Marketing Officer, Reed Smith

14:35

The New SRA Code of Conduct and Good Business Management

  • The new SRA regime moves yet further from a prescriptive compliance framework and is driving practices to look at outcomes, in the context of their own businesses – RSM will draw on their wider sector experiences to identify how enterprise governance, risk and control has been used to create and add value to organisation management and performance
  • Multi-disciplinary approaches to compliance and good business management
  • Compliance as a business must-have, not as a must-do

Rachel Khiara – Partner, RSM 

14:50

Business Performance via Strategic Innovation

  • How to identify innovation opportunities
  • Gaining buy-in
  • Leading Innovation Initiatives
  • Lessons learned at DWF

Jonathan Patterson – ‎Development Director, DWF

15:10

Chairperson’s Closing Comments

  • A Summary of the issues & opportunities presented on ‘The Crown Stage’

Ian Jeffery – Chief Executive Lewis Silkin (Event Chairperson)

15:15

Stage Close

The 'DocuSign' Tech Hub

The ‘DocuSign’ Tech Hub – Led by Janet Day, will explore various new initiatives, technologies and leadership measures that can advance firms in this competitive market. In addition, the 2017 event, will evaluate IT strategies paramount for firm competitive advantage.

The presentations will look at how firms can take advantage of technological advancements, whilst investing in future facing initiatives such as FinTech. Experts will explore IoT, and how AI fits within this to the benefit of organisations looking to explore further strategic growth. The sessions will also discuss disruptive innovations for value creation, whilst exploring the client focus that firms need to take to ensure success.

Time Schedule Speakers
11:10

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Janet Day – Independent Consultant (Event Chairperson)

11:15

What Law Firms Need to Ensure That They Are Innovative

  • The Changing Legal Market and the Continued Focus on Innovation
  • What Does this Mean for New Roles in the Sector?
  • What do the Board in Law Firms Require to Happen, to Meet the Changing Market?

Kerry Westland – Head of Innovation & Legal Technology, Addleshaw Goddard

11:40

Embrace digital disruption to enhance your existing client relationships

  • Clients now expect to use services in new and innovative ways - 'digital' expectation
  • Deploying a digital solution and embracing disruption to longstanding procedures
  • Exceed your clients’ expectations as well as enhancing their engagement with your business - all within the existing legal framework
  • How simple fee agreements to complex corporate transactions are being executed in the matter of minutes with DocuSign

Alan Browne – Senior Solutions Engineer, DocuSign

11:55

Innovating in a Change Resistant Culture

  • Drivers for Change – GDPR, Virtual Courts Including SDS and Market Needs
  • The Impact of Technology on Leadership & Growth From a Chambers Perspective
  • Managing and Empowering a Tech-Savvy Barrister Culture
  • The Physiological Impact of Innovation and Best Practice

David Anderson – Head of Corporate Services / Company Secretary, St John’s Buildings

12:15

The Traits of Successful Windows Migration Projects

  • Why Technology Led Windows Migrations Fail at Achieving Maximum Business Value
  • How to Improve the Business Outcomes of Your Windows Migration Project
  • The Four Levels of Windows Migration Maturity, from “Damaging” to “Innovating”

Richard Tucker – Managing Director, Peerless IT

12:30

Under the Covers of The Internet of Things & Artificial Intelligence

  • A Short History of the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • How IoT and Artificial Intelligence Fit Together
  • Do Self-filling Fridges Matter - Practical Use Cases
  • The Future in IoT and AI

Tony Reid – CTO, Financial Services Business Unit, Hitachi

12:50

Stage Break

14:00

Exploiting Office 365 for Matter Management - A Transformational Journey for Law Firms & Legal Teams

  • Why cutting-edge practices need to match cutting-edge minds if law firms & in-house legal teams want to stay relevant & why digital matter & case management offers the key
  • Maximising fee earner time & transforming transparency
  • Proof of concept – The journey from a user / fee-earner & IT perspective
  • How fee earners can now access their matters directly within outlook, whether on or offline
  • Working with Repstor to exploit Office 365 for Matter Management

Graham Richardson – Head of Consulting / Partner, Eversheds
Sheila Gormley – Director of Business Development, Repstor

14:15

Harnessing the Power of Automation within Legal Services

  • The Benefits that AI & Intelligent Technologies Can Bring to Firms & Employees
  • Disruptive Innovation and the Value Creation for the Legal Sector
  • The Risk Landscape – Human or Technological

Karl Chapman – CEO, Riverview Law

14:35

Why Should Law Firms Embrace the Circular Economy?

  • The Circular Economy - What is it?
  • What Kind of Companies are Benefiting From it, and How?
  • Where Does Technology Fit into the Equation?
  • Why Should You at Least Think About it in Your Firm?

Barry Vickery – General Manager of Corporate Services, InfoTrack

14:50

Technological Disruption a GC Perspective

  • Focus of a Tech-Savvy Millennial Leader
  • Impact of Technology on Leadership
  • Driving Leadership and Operational Performance
  • The Importance of Communication in Improving Performance for In-House Functions

Ian Connett – Legal Director, Collective

15:10

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

  • A Summary of the issues & opportunities presented on ‘The Tech Hub’ Stage

Janet Day – Independent Consultant (Event Chairperson)

15:15

Stage Close

The 'Introhive' Innovation Stage

The ‘Introhive’ Innovation Stage – Led by Jason Plant, will explore current systems, processes and solutions available for the profession and the future lawyer. The sessions will investigate new applications, including new security solutions for evolved security strategies including more streamlined services.

Expert speakers will explore the benefits that automation, AI, IoT and analytics can bring to the profession and how this is advancing Legal services into a phase of disruptive revolution.

Time Schedule Speakers
11:10

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Jason Plant – Head of Lawyer Technology, DLA Piper (Event Chairperson)

11:15

2017 - A Summer to Remember

  • NotPetya - What it was & what it wasn't
  • Security – The need to prepare for the right things
  • Law firm - Value of IT, what it takes to function
  • Where is the innovation in all this? The Future for law firms IT
  • What to look forward to on today's stage

Jason Plant – Head of Lawyer Technology, DLA Piper

11:35

AI & Automation: How technology can help firms generate more sales without burdening lawyers & staff

  • Using relationship intelligence to drive more business
  • Enabling cross-selling with client intelligence reports
  • Maintaining complete, accurate, and up-to-date contact information for marketing initiatives

Adam Stewart – Director, Technical Services, Introhive

11:50

Innovation in the age of digital – but have we forgotten the lessons of the past?

  • Multigenerational workforce that could span as much as 50 years between the oldest and youngest in the organisation
  • Virtualisation of the law firm
  • Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO)
  • Globalisation

Steve Marshall – Chief Operating Officer, Risk-X

12:05

Reinventing your Practice in the Cloud

  • The Benefits of Using Cloud-based Practice Management Software
  • How Clio Can Help Lawyers Solve their Problems, Looking at a Typical Example
  • Cloud-based Time-tracking, Billing, Document Management, and Case Management
  • How Clio Can Save Lawyers up to 8 Hours a Week

Irmantas Levanas – Account Executive EMEA, Clio

12:20

How to Improve your Firm's Client, Matter and Fee-Earner Profitability

  • Cost Allocating Rules
  • Comparisons to Budget and/or Forecast
  • How to Analyse Variances
  • How to be More Profitable

Barry Talbot – Managing Director, Informance

12:35

Awards Finalist ANNOUNCEMENT

British Legal Technology Awards 2017

12:45

Stage Break

13:30

The Business of law is re-inventing itself and technology is the enabler

  • Starter: Document & email management for the Modern Professional – redefining the way professionals work
  • Main Course: “Need to Know” security model and threat detection – find out who is leaving your firm before they resign!
  • Dessert: Practical and innovative Artificial Intelligence.

Geoff Hornsby – General Manager EMEA, iManage

13:45

Mo’ mobiles, mo’ problems?

  • The more mobiles we come across, the more problems we see
  • Mobile is increasingly important to the law firm – but how can devices be managed and controlled?
  • Explore the best approaches to identifying and blocking cyber threats on mobile
  • Get to grips with data-level attacks and how to keep your fleet secure
  • Understand how to set – and enforce – acceptable usage policies that ensure compliance, manage data consumption and reduce risk.

Joel Windels – VP of Marketing, Wandera

14:00

Law Firm Profitability: Trends and Dynamics from a Global Market Perspective

  • Understanding Law Firm Profitability
  • Pro-active Matter Pricing Strategies
  • Future Proofing Legal BI

Fraser Mayfield – Programme Director – EMEA, Iridium Technology

14:15

Mobility - is the revolution over or just beginning?

  • Mobility, which MDM, EMM in legal
  • Mobile Apps for Legal
  • Mobile Security
  • iManage Mobility
  • Rubus - iManage Connector for Smartphone

Andy Tipton Mobile Product Manager, Appurity 

14:30

I saw this and thought of you: How to win new business with an expert-centric approach to legal marketing

  • How to implement an Expert-to-Expert marketing strategy to win new business, and build relationships with the clients that matter
  • How you can engage the Partners in your firm to create content for measurable results
  • Why it’s important to create timely, relevant and digestible content

Connor Kinnear – Chief Marketing Officer, Passle

14:45

Panel: Legal IT - Emerging Technology

  • The Next Generation of Law and Technology
  • Evaluating New Advancements in Legal IT
  • What is Being Achieved for the Future of Legal Services
  • Who are the Emerging Disruptors & Vendors to Watch?

Adam Stewart – Director, Technical Services, Introhive
Robert Florendine – Solutions Manager, iManage
Phil Ayton – Director, Sysero
Jason Plant – Head of Lawyer Technology, DLA Piper (Chair)

15:10

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

  • A Summary of the issues & opportunities presented on the 'Introhive' Innovation Stage

Jason Plant – Head of Lawyer Technology, DLA Piper (Event Chairperson)

15:15

Stage Close

The 'CenturyLink' Main stage

The ‘CenturyLink’ Main stage led by Graham Cluley, will explore the security threat landscape, and the most pressing issues for law firms to consider.

The sessions will address imbedding a security culture as part of the business strategy and evaluate the current vulnerability of the sector. The speakers will also undertake live demonstrations identifying vulnerable devices, whilst discussing some of the world’s biggest breaches and key areas that companies can protect themselves against.

In addition, the 2017 keynote will delve into national security policies, cyber warfare and address the most serious issues in cyber security.

Time Schedule Speakers
09:45

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Graham Cluley – Security Analyst, grahamcluley.com (Event Chairperson)

09:50

The Current Cyber Security Landscape

  • Where are we now?
  • Overview of the Current Market Threats & Trends
  • How is the Enemy Advancing?

Graham Cluley – Security Analyst, grahamcluley.com

10:10

Best Practices & Proactive Strategies to Mitigate Cyber Threats in Law Firms

  • New Proactive Strategies and Best Practices to Mitigate Cyber Threats
  • Avoiding the Reputational Destruction of a Cyber-Security Attack
  • Assessing & Implementing Risk Transfer and Mitigation Strategies
  • Developing of a Comprehensive Security Program that Reduces Business and Financial Risks

Dave Mahon – Chief Security Officer, CenturyLink

10:25

Cyber Criminal: Hostis Humani Generis

  • Casus Belli (case of war) - This section will look at what threats and criminals are doing in the real world against law firms
  • Crimen Falso (crime of falsifying) - This section will involve explaining spear phishing along with live demonstrations
  • Ex Fida Bona (good business norms) - Discussion on what law firms can be doing about the threats facing them today and threats we feel are on the horizon.

Freaky Clown (FC) – Ethical Hacker, CEO, Redacted Firm

10:55

Thinking about Resilience? Think Security Ops

  • Understand SOC Capability and the Role of current CISO
  • Key Elements Needed in Building an Adaptive SOC Capability
  • Buy vs Build – Make an informed decision
  • Staffing Up – what kind of people do I need?
  • How Automation and AI can assist in Next Generation Security Operations

Mo Cashman – Principle Engineer, McAfee

11:20

Stage Break

14:50

Panel: Why are Law Firms a Target? - Lessons Learned

  • What Can be Learned From Current Market Breaches?
  • How to Recover After an Attack & Breach
  • Evaluating the Challenges & Exploring the Advancements That a Company Can Undertake in a Heightened Risk Landscape
  • Identifying the Vulnerability of Individuals - Who Are Most Likely to be a Target?
  • Establishing a Successful Cohesive Global Security Programme

A Panel of Experts will Examine & Debate the Issues and Findings of Present Day Security Threats

Mark Leiser – Cyberlaw Lecturer, London School Economics
Sue Diver  Head of Information Security & Data Protection, Clarke Willmott
Amar Singh – Chair, ISACA’s UK Security Advisory Group & Founder, Cyber Management Alliance
Graham Cluley – Security Analyst, grahamcluley.com (Event Chair)

15:30

KEYNOTE: Politics & Security in a Turbulent World

  • Changing politics in the West, and its impact internationally
  • Forces for disorder - terrorism, cyber
  • Leadership in the modern world, and what it takes
  • Areas of opportunity alongside the many challenges

Sir John Sawers – Former Chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service

16:25

Panel: Discussion & Interview

Graham Cluley interviews Sir John Sawers & Freaky Clown on the information, issues & opportunities raised during the keynotes. During this discussion, audience members are offered an opportunity to submit questions to the panel.

Sir John Sawers – Former Chief of the British Secret Intelligence Service
FC  Ethical Hacker, CEO, Redacted Firm
Ian Hughes – Senior Analyst, IOT, 451 Research Ltd

Graham Cluley
– Security Analyst, grahamcluley.com (Chair)

16:55

Chairperson's Closing Remarks

  • A summary of the issues & opportunities presented on the 'CenturyLink' Main Stage

Graham Cluley – Security Analyst, grahamcluley.com (Event Chairperson)

17:00

Stage Close

The 'IGX Global' Security stage

The ‘IGX Global’ Security stage led by Peter Wright, will delve into the broader security ecosystem. From the security of disruptive technologies such as blockchain, to social engineering. The 2017 agenda will look at security in a deeper sense, addressing the specific areas that must be considered when implementing / adopting new technologies, systems, and processes.

The sessions, will discuss data security from the client prospective including first set of model cyber-security practices that the industry must adhere too. In addition, the speakers will discuss how to Identify Fraud and mitigate firm risk including the human element, whilst delving into GDPR and the practical issues that will arise should a breach be identified.

Time Schedule Speakers
11:00

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Peter Wright – Managing Director, DigitalLawUK (Event Chairperson)

11:05

Blockchaining the Legal Sector

  • The Risk Landscape - Threats & Breaches
  • How Will Blockchain Affect the Profession?
  • A Revolution or a Fad? Tangible Technological Infrastructure
  • The Future: Creating Immutable Records and Processes

Amar Singh – Chair, ISACA’s UK Security Advisory Group & Founder,  Cyber Management Alliance

11:25

Defending your Firm: How to Protect your Network in the New Age of Cyber-Attacks

  • The Changing Threat Landscape: Am I a Target?
  • Why Machine Learning and Mathematics are Automating Advanced Threat Detection
  • How Smart Technology Allows For Better Resource Allocation and Lower Risk
  • Real-World Examples of Detected Threats, From Non-Malicious Insiders to Sophisticated Cyber-Attackers

Dave Palmer – Director of Technology, Darktrace

11:40

Big Trouble for Big Law?: Data Protection for Law Firms and Clients

  • Evaluating the Release of the ACC’s First Set of Model Cyber Security Practices
  • Addressing the Impact the New Controls will have on Private Practice

Brennan Torregrossa – VP & Assoc. General Counsel, GlaxoSmithKline
Antonio Suarez-Martinez – Assistant General Counsel, GlaxoSmithKline

12:00

The importance of network security for data governance and GDPR compliance

  • Understanding of the major implications of the regulations
  • Steps to take to mitigate risk and prepare for GDPR
  • What security solutions you should be looking at and how they will ensure data compliance to GDPR

Lee Fisher EMEA Security Lead, Juniper Networks

12:15

Security Responsibility in a Connected World

  • Evaluating the Current Risk Landscape for Enterprises
  • Denial of Service Attacks Through Internet of Things & Connected Devices
  • Where Does Security Responsibility Lie
  • The role of AI & Automation in Interconnectivity

Ian Hughes – Senior Analyst, IOT, 451 Research Ltd

12:40

Stage Break

13:40

National Cyber Security Centre – who we are and why we are here?

  • How the Economy and Society team works with the legal sector
  • What legal firms can do to protect themselves in a digital world
  • Maintaining good cyber hygiene including CISP - Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership

Senior Speakers – Ms X & Ms Y – National Cyber Security Centre Senior Speakers

14:00

Partnering for Security

  • The provision of security/assurance in an SME
  • Changeable landscapes and the challenges of working with an in-house team
  • Partnering to stay ahead of the curve

Jon Gould – IT Director, Blake Morgan

14:15

Keeping your Counsel - On People Hacking, Privacy and Security

  • An Insight into the Human Side of Cyber Security
  • How to “Psychologically Pen-test”
  • Outsider vs Insider Threats
  • Exploiting Weaknesses & Increasing Human Defences to Protect Against Attacks

Jenny Radcliffe – The People Hacker / Head of Social Engineering / Training & Consultancy

14:40

GDPR – Impact of a Breach (from Day Zero)

  • The Practical Implementation of the New GDPR
  • The Procurement Issues Firms Need to Consider
  • Live Simulation Including the 72-hour Breach Notification Protocols

Peter Wright – Managing Director, DigitalLawUK

15:15

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

  • A Summary of the issues & opportunities presented on 'The Security Stage'

Peter Wright – Managing Director, DigitalLawUK (Event Chairperson)

15:20

Stage Close

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