The National Security and Investment Bill: What does it mean for the UK tech sector?
The UK Government introduced the National Security and Investment Bill in November 2020. The bill gives the Government additional powers to review and intervene in any transactions that may relate to a threat to national security. Find out what the bill entails, the pros and cons, and how the bill could impact investment in the UK tech sector.
Recorded on: Monday 18th January 2021
How do you solve a problem like the Computer Misuse Act?
The Computer Misuse Act came into force in 1990, at a time where our relationship with technology was vastly different to now. But what impact does it have on you today? What needs to change? How can we make it more effective? Join our panel of experts as they put forward their views and answer your questions while dissecting this (over) 30-year-old act.
Recorded on: Tuesday 12th January 2021
Understanding the 'class action': critical legal developments for cybersecurity, personal data and privacy breaches
DWF Law LLP brings us up to date on the prevailing legal landscape for large scale litigation arising from cybersecurity, personal data and privacy breaches. We’ll learn the options that would-be claimants have and how the law can be used to advance claims. We look at group litigation orders, the impacts of recent cases and lessons from the front line.
Recorded on: Wednesday 9th September 2020
Special threat briefing: Lifting the veil on the DeathStalker APT targeting the legal and finance sectors
DeathStalker is a hacker-for-hire group that Kaspersky researchers have been tracking since 2018. The most recent discoveries demonstrate that they are a unique threat group that focuses on cyber espionage against the legal and financial sectors, actively targeting companies in the UK and all over the world. Join us as Kaspersky shares new insight with us and advises how to protect your organisation.