Cyber attack - are you prepared?
The North West Cyber Resilience Centre is joining the UK LegalTech Association to share what a cyber attack looks like and how this can affect the day-to-day running of a law
The North West Cyber Resilience Centre is joining the UK LegalTech Association to share what a cyber attack looks like and how this can affect the day-to-day running of a law firm.
What’s covered in this webinar?
Being prepared is the key to bouncing back when responding to a cyber attack. At this webinar led by Detective Inspector Dan Giannasi, Head of Cyber & Innovation at the North West Cyber Resilience Centre, you’ll learn more about the importance of a Cyber Incident Response Plan and what steps you should take if you are involved in a cyber-attack or data breach.
Dan will use his experience from working within the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit, sharing in more detail the tactics and trends that police forces are seeing in the North West.
- What cyber security threats do law firms & their suppliers face?
- How do you combat these threats?
- What are the latest cybercrime trends that police forces are seeing within the legal sector?
- Be aware of CEO Impersonation Fraud and Invoice Fraud
- Cyber Incident Response Communications
- What are the legal implications of a cyber incident?
Dan Giannasi | Head of Cyber & Innovation
Detective Inspector Dan Giannasi brings over 15 years of policing experience to the Cyber Resilience Centre, having worked across diverse investigative roles, including public protection, digital investigations and cybercrime.
Dan maintains close links with the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit (NWROCU) and local forces to help local forces provide accessible, consistent, government-backed support and training to organisations of all sizes.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm