Legal firms: Who’s asking the important cyber questions & what are they?
9th Nov 2022, 5pm
Professional firms: Ask your cyber security questions to our experts
About this event
Cyber security is arguably one of the most important issues to businesses, especially within professional services. But there are still misconceptions and a lack of understanding about some of the key threats and mitigations for businesses are.
So ask us your questions and we’ll help you understand what you need to know, and not what you think you should know.
So, if you’re within a legal firm, join us and listen to the overview of the current threats before we move to answering the questions you have, to help you build your own and your firm’s cyber resilience.
Submit your questions in advance to:
Current questions submitted:
- We have lexcel accreditation isn’t this enough?
- What do the SRA regulations say about cyber security?
- We have an MSP – they deal with this, why do I need to know?
- We have cyber insurance – so it doesn’t matter if we get hacked, does it?
Fiona Bail, Head of Cyber and Innovation, The Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre
Ethan Duffell, Head of Information Security, Clifford Chance LLP – Ethan is a skilled, scarred and pragmatic business focused Information Security professional, with over 20 years of technical, managerial and leadership experience gained via very challenging roles. He has recently been involved with the establishment of the Government backed UK Cyber Security Council. He is also currently on secondment to the NCSC i100 program, as well as sitting on the Advisory Panel for the Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre and is Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Information Security.
Darren Chapman, Managing Director, CyberScale Ltd – Darren has been working in the IT and security industry for over 20 years. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), an ISO27001 lead auditor and co-founder and director of the Norfolk & Suffolk Cyber Security Cluster. He is also a member of the East Midlands Cyber Resilience Centre advisory group and the UKC3 Security Cluster advisory group.
Organiser: Eastern Cyber Resilience Centre