GDPR and Cyber Security Seminar

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We are pleased to be able to offer you the chance to attend our seminar on GDPR and Cyber Security. We have an excellent range of speakers helping you to be compliant with GDPR and prepare for cyber security risks.


Seminar details

Date: Wednesday 8th November

Time: Registration from 9:30am, Concludes: 1:00pm
Refreshments and lunch will be provided

Location: White Cloth Hall, 24 Aire Street, Leeds LS1 4HT

Contact Lorna Feeney for more details and to book:
Phone: 0113 2207519
Mobile: 07834 336 348


10:00 – The Dark Web

Gary Hibberd, Managing Director, Agenci, International cyber security consultancy

In our digitally inter-connected world, we are increasingly at risk from suffering a data breach or becoming a victim of cybercrime. But how big is our Cyber ‘universe’? Why is it so difficult to track down the ‘bad guys’? Who are they? And who are the real targets? In this session, find out how they operate and where they hide.
The Dark Web. It’s a place many of us have heard of. But few have ventured into…Take the journey with us.

10:30 – Complying with GDPR

Gareth Yates, Partner, WardHadaway, Law Firm

From the 25th May 2018, your business will need to comply with the new, and far stricter, data protection requirements of the GDPR. Ensuring your business is compliant with the new law will require you to understand the new provisions and how best to apply them in practice.
There is an awful lot of noise and misinformation about what will be required of businesses, so come and hear from a leading specialist on the subject, Gareth Yates from law firm Ward Hadaway.


11:00 – 11:15 Break


11:15 – Cyber Crime

Gemma Sword-Williams ACII, Account Executive, Jelf Group, Insurance Brokers

In the first quarter of 2017, the number of data breaches was 39% higher than the same period of 2016 3. With cybercrime now one of the fastest growing economic crimes in the UK, organisations of all sizes are a target. But cybercrime isn’t the only risk, with many breaches being caused by accidents or human error.
Whatever the cause, the consequences of cyber incidents can be extreme. We’ll look at how cyber insurance can help you prepare for the unexpected while protecting both your reputation and your balance sheet.

11:45 – Q&A

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch and Networking


Contact Lorna Feeney for more details and to book:
Phone: 0113 2207519
Mobile: 07834 336 348



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Having worked within both the Jelf Money at Work and LaterLife teams, and now a Senior Marketing Executive focusing on these areas, Maddie has a passion for helping individuals and employers understand the importance of financial, physical and emotional wellbeing, and planning for the future.