The disruptive (and geographically widespread) nature of cybercrimes require carefully coordinated international response. Watch our panel as they share their thoughts on why law enforcement agencies and governments need to align their policies and why international cooperation is critical.
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Martin Smith MBE and Adam Wild welcome and introduce the day, followed by the opening keynote where Phil Huggins and John Noble CBE give a summary preview of the cybersecurity strategy for health and social care to be published in April 2022. They also describe the important new cybersecurity guide developed and published for NEDs of NHS trusts that is relevant to many other organisations.
Dr Will Priestley shares some of the best practices on working with the toolkit. We discuss why health services need the DSPT and what ambitions you should have in using it to your benefit, the 10 Data Security Standards and how to tackle them, and how to demonstrate you are achieving and sustaining these standards.
Watch our interactive trial as we put Santa on the stand. Do your civic duty and join us as we investigate the privacy practices of one of the North Pole’s most notable residents – Mr S Claus. We will present the evidence. But did you, the jury, find him Guilty or Not Guilty of breaching GDPR?
Billons of dollars in cryptocurrency changed hands in the short time the darknet black market was active, but who was behind the illegal drugs marketplace? Join us to discover what the founder claims they wanted to achieve, why assassins were involved, and how basic OpSec errors brought down the whole empire.
The recent Supreme Court judgment in this case was a landmark moment in data breach class action law. We examine the implications for large scale data protection, privacy and cybersecurity cases, and why we need to be ready for strong legal consequences after operational failure events.
A rare chance to hear first-hand about the Department for Work and Pensions’ supply chain security journey over the last few years. They tell us about the challenges they faced and how they overcame them, as well as give advice on good starting points for others embarking on this journey.
Ahead of the formal launch in October, SASIG is delighted to have an insight into a new policing project. Not-for-profit cyber resilience centres have successfully brought together police and private sector companies – now a national company will launch in October. Join us to discover the organisation’s plans.