The interplay between cyber risk and legal response: How legal helps CISOs | SASIG
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Tuesday 11 June 2024, 11am-12noon (BST)

Legal support is essential to managing an organisation’s cyber risk, whether this be in the course of an incident, regulatory enforcement actions, or planning and preparation.

Further, regulatory requirements and attitudes drive the standards by which an organisation’s technical and organisational measures are evaluated and on which fines may be levied. This landscape is changing fast both in the UK and internationally.

In this session, we delved into the role of legal in cyber response and resilience, how the cyber regulatory and litigation spheres impact the technical experts, and what effective coordination between legal, technical, and management stakeholders looks like.

We discussed:

  • The legal elements of incident response
  • When to get legal involved
  • The interplay between legal and technical spheres
  • Regulatory trends and developments
  • The attitude of regulators to technical requirements
  • Litigation trends
  • Individual liability and mitigation approaches
  • Coordinated legal and technical mitigation strategies
Chaired by

Tarquin Folliss OBE (info), Vice Chairman, The SASIG


Presented by

Peter Dalton (info), Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills
Andrew Moir (info), Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills

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