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As part of London Tech Week 2022, and as sponsors of Tech London Advocates since their initial founding, we are opening up access to our recent digital business webinar programme focusing on best practice in data protection.
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Transfers of personal data from the UK and EU to other countries are regulated under the GDPR/UK GDPR. There are now a number of new compliance steps for organisations to consider, implement and anticipate. These include:
Organisations are increasingly sharing personal data with each other and the UK Information Commissioner’s Office states that data is one of “modern society’s greatest assets”. In order to share personal data, organisations must be aware of compliance steps to take, both under the GDPR/UK GDPR and the ICO’s recently published updated guidance on this topic.
During this session we will:
Cybersecurity is an increasing concern for all organisations, as the volume and sophistication of cyber-attacks continues to rise. The UK government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2021 concluded that 39% of businesses had suffered a cybersecurity breach in the past 12 months.
Reports suggest the risk level is higher than ever due to widespread homeworking in response to COVID-19 leading to vulnerabilities. The consequences of suffering a cyber-attack can be catastrophic and are likely to include legal liability, contractual breach, reputational and financial damage as well as regulatory consequences.
During this session, our team of experts will provide some practical insights into dealing with this increasing threat, focusing on:
Data breaches continue to increase across the UK, with two in five business reporting having experienced breaches or cyber security attacks in 2021. The cost of data breaches is also seeing double digit growth year on year alongside increases in the price of cover for cyber insurance – which grew by 92% in the UK in 2021.
Businesses need to focus on their approach to preventing these incidents with robust policies and processes - but do you know how your organisation should deal with a data breach claim?
Join experts from our commercial disputes resolution team who will provide an overview of the legal landscape in England and Wales on data breach claims, as well as practical insights to help you consider how best to deal with this increasing area of risk.
Key topics include:
The current legal landscape - a look at important judgments and their impact on the data breach claims landscape
The future of class action litigation in data breach claims - have we seen the end of the mass claims threat?
Developing your strategy - dealing with data breach claims and the most common pitfalls
PennSIFT has been developed to help tackle an essential compliance requirement faced by all organisations sharing data cross-border that falls within UK/EU data protection law, which can also directly impact entities located outside the UK and EU.
Given the growing international patchwork of data protection laws, and the need to adopt a holistic approach to compliance, you might find the Multilaw Global Data Protection Guide a useful resource to refer to. Edited by our firm, this handy guide covers 39 jurisdictions (including specific guidance on laws in several US states).