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Tuesday 15 November 2022

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What you need to know: Regulatory and legal updates in cybersecurity and data protection

At previous Legal SASIG Workshops, attended by senior security practitioners from various organisations, we have considered what good security practice looks like for people and information in the legal sector, and explored the special challenges that the legal sector faces in protecting its clients’ invaluable private information.

We have now moved the conversation forward, to address the topics that interface between lawyers and cybersecurity professionals, drawing on the expertise of both to enhance knowledge and understanding of some of the most thought-provoking aspects of our work today.

Thus, this session is appropriate for the whole SASIG membership, regardless of sector or size of organisation.


Presentations on the day included:

Opening keynote – Legal risks for data controllers in the wake of Lloyd v Google: Class actions and the regulatory landscape
Presented by Anya Proops KC, Barrister, 11KBW

Panel session – Data transfers and data security – the non-chargeable but essential part of business
Facilitated by Jenna Franklin, Legal Director, Global Privacy and Data Protection, Bird & Bird
With Stewart Room, Global Head of Data Protection, Privacy and Cyber Security, DWF Law
Georgina Knights, Head of Adequacy Assessments, DCMS

and Jake Moore, Global Cyber Security Advisor, ESET

Why you shouldn’t ask for consent
Presented by Annick O’Brien, VP Operations, CybSafe

How the Cyber Resilience Centre Network supports the legal sector
Presented by Simon Newman, CEO, London Cyber Resilience Centre

What are the implications of the Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) and the Network and Information Security 2 (NIS 2) Directive?
Presented by Simon Shooter, Partner, Bird & Bird
and Anthony Rosen, Legal Director, Bird & Bird


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