CPD: Cyber Security - Law, Governance, Risk and Compliance

Clarence, Workplaces for Lawyers
Level 11, 456 Lonsdale Street
Melbourne
VIC
3000
Tue,Feb25,2020,1:00PM
Tue,Feb25,2020,2:00PM
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Description

Cyber Security: Law, Governance, Risk and Compliance

1 CPD Point: Practice Management and Business Skills

Cyber-attacks are on the rise and a lot of entities have been affected by it. Hackers have stolen data from hospitals, law firms and government departments. It has now become apparent that virtually no one is safe from cyber-attacks. This seminar is designed for lawyers to provide them with basic knowledge and awareness in relation to risks that they face, and some mitigation strategies. The seminar will also focus on the governance and compliance that is required by a business in order to protect themselves from potential cyber-attacks. Both of our speakers are experts in their fields and the seminar will be divided in two parts. The first part of the seminar will focus on risk and mitigation and the second part will focus on governance and compliance.

About Manjot & Gursimran

Manjot is an experienced practitioner who started Dhillon Legal with one goal in mind – to provide legal advice that is professional, sound and easy to follow. His determination to create a fair justice system is based on advocacy, therapeutic justice and innovation. Prior to this, he worked as a Senior Prosecutor with Specialist Prosecution Branch (Sexual Offences Team) at Victoria Police for 10 years. With his vast knowledge in the law, Manjot started teaching at both Deakin University and Monash University.

Gursimran has recently joined Dhillon Legal as a Cyber Security Consultant.  He started his career in Norway working for Telenor as a Security Architect. His current clients are major airline giants such as AirBus and KLMN. Gursimran has over 13 years of experience in infrastructure and information security, cloud infrastructure, end-point security, event and incident management, risk and compliance management and IT governance. His impressive skills and experiences have given him an in-depth understanding of best practices of various domains of information security. With his work in various high-profile projects, he has acquired strategical and leadership skills that help clients with their business and IT goals.

Details

Date: 25th February 2020

Time: 1.00pm - 2.00pm

Location: Level 11, 456 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Cost: Free for CPD subscribers* and $60 for non-subscribers

Lunch included complimentary for all attendees.

*Not a subscriber? Email rose@clarencechambers.com.au to attend unlimited CPD (20+ points plus access to 20 webinars) per year for $480+GST.

The CPD scheme is based on self-assessment of the educational activity by the practitioner. If you find it extends your knowledge and skills in areas that are relevant to your immediate or long term needs in relation to your professional development and practice of law then you can claim the activity for CPD units. You should refer to Rule 7 for the criteria in assessing an activity and Rules 8 and 9 for the amount of units that can be claimed for an activity.