Hypothetical: Data Breach
Friday, 2 August 2019
8:30am to 10:00am
Governance Institute of Australia
5 Hunter Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000
Cost (Inc GST)
A privacy breach is a very real possibility for many organisations. How would you and your organisation respond? How will your decisions affect your impacted customers, your organisation and its reputation?
Join us for a privacy breach hypothetical, where you get to choose your own adventure.
What's the situation?
The phone rings. After a short pause, a shaky voice on the other end says, "The whole customer database is gone".
What do we do now?
Our panel of experts will help you understand the consequences of your choices, and discuss better practice approaches to manage a privacy breach.
You should attend if you are a:
- risk manager
- company secretary
- chief executive officer
- human resource team member
- communications team member.
Lex Burke, Forensic Technology Services, Senior Manager, Clayton Utz
Lex is experienced in end-to-end digital forensic and incident response services and has led multiple response and fraud investigations for clients in a range of sectors. He has over 20 years' experience in a range of aspects of information technology and multimedia.
Christopher Courtis, Forensic Technology Services, Clayton Utz
Christopher has many years experience in running data breach and forensic IT investigations for both public and private sector companies, including co-ordinating responses to data breach and cyber incidents. He has a background in computer science, cyber forensics, information security and management, and security and terrorism/counter-terrorism.