Barely a day goes by without there being news of a cyber-attack impacting businesses. How would your business and its directors respond if the worst does happen?
To assist you in being fully up-to-date and to be ready for the worst, international law firm CMS invites you to a free-of-charge workshop session designed to help you prepare, respond and mitigate harm arising out of a cyber-attack, which is of critical importance to non-executive directors of businesses in all sectors.
These in-person sessions will take place under Chatham House Rule and are intended to be focused, impactful and to provide the maximum assistance to clients in this highly problematic area. As well as our CMS legal specialists, we will be joined by experienced technical and PR experts who will share experiences and run through a scenario designed to help you:
- Identify potential weak points in your existing arrangements.
- Prepare crisis response and communications strategies.
- Provide practical advice on how to deal with a live incident.
- Understand how best to deal with inquiries from the regulators and media.
- Deal with civil litigation by corporates and data subjects.
Limited places will be allocated on a ‘first-come first-served’ basis. This small group session is designed to be interactive and enable you to ask questions specific to your business’ needs. If full there is an opportunity to book on another date using the booking form as the event will also be run at the same time on 24 May 2023.
A booking form can be found via ‘Book Now’.