Like many partners, practice and IT managers, you’re likely overwhelmed with information about the GDPR. With so much detail, mixed in with all the myths and bad advice, it can be hard to know where to focus.
If you’re not already well underway with your GDPR preparations, focusing on your biggest risks when it comes to personal data is the most pragmatic approach in the little time you have left.
The roadshow events will focus on the most practical steps you can take, along with the tools you can use to quickly identify your gaps and manage your key risks from May 2018 onwards. We’ll explore technology-based risks, as well as the more common threats such as poorly informed staff and inadequate processes. We’ll also look at the specific documentation you need to have in place, should you face an external audit.
This roadshow follows on from our last GDPR event in November “How law firms can build a roadmap to compliance”. This time we'll be covering new, practical and timely advice for firms as we draw ever closer to the deadline. Our previous event was extremely popular and over-subscribed, so please book early to ensure your place.
You can find more information on dates, locations, speaker profiles and how you can register below.
'A strong IT framework covering all five steps will put your firm in a much stronger position to ensure your data is protected properly - in line with GDPR requirements'
Stevie is currently working in a consultancy based role, supporting the Solicitors Regulation Authority's (SRA) compliance program. He is also an experienced Senior Project Manager with a successful record of delivering technically challenging and highly complex projects. His other clients include Boeing Defence, NATO HQ, UK MoD, Babcock Defence & Special Projects.
Matthew is Operations Director and co-founder of Oosha Ltd, a leading cloud desktop and managed IT service provider for the legal sector. Matthew regularly advises law firms on the most effective IT strategies to help them modernise, stay compliant and manage external threats. He is a frequent speaker at legal events across the UK and a leading voice on subjects such as GDPR, cybercrime, cloud and technology.
Nadia is an experienced cyber insurance professional with a demonstrated history of working in the legal and professional services sector. Nadia helps firms understand the criteria for cyber insurance policies – including how their data privacy and security impacts their insurability.
Melvyn has spent over 18 years in the cyber security industry. Currently working for one of the largest cyber security companies in the world, Melvyn regularly advises firms on the most effective cyber security strategies and the importance of cyber security training.