Information security continues to be a hot topic of discussion for businesses including the almost daily reports of data breaches.
Each company and industry varies in the type of information it has but for manufacturers with complex supply chains this tends to be intellectual property on patents, designs and formulas. However, personal data relating to staff and contractors and also contact databases for marketing purposes are also key areas of personal information.
On 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect, potentially creating significant impacts for businesses.
Digital Catapult Centre Yorkshire invites all types of manufacturers to this breakfast event to discuss all things GDPR and some basics around cyber security for businesses.
At the end of the event, each attendee will receive a resource pack, highlighting sources of guidance and advice on topics covered in the session.
There will also be an opportunity at the end to ask the speakers questions and network with attendees.
- GDPR – An overview and how the regulation will impact businesses
- Threats and solutions, in particular cyber threats associated with becoming increasingly internet enabled through IoT devices.
- Risks across supply chain
- Cybercrime and financial impact
- Threats and impact on critical business processes
Emma Roe – Partner and Head of Commercial and Intellectual Property at Shulmans solicitors.
Emma’s areas of expertise include; manufacturing and supply agreements, data protection and processing arrangements and intellectual property licensing and information technology matters.
Martin Law – Founder of AgilityIS, a cyber security solutions provider with many years industry experience.
Martin is a seasoned security professional with over 25 years security expertise, providing consultancy services to a broad spectrum of clients across all industry sectors.
Martin is also a proactive member of Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster.
Who should attend:
- Heads of Business
- Heads of IT and Infrastructure
- Data Protection Officers (or those with this responsibility for this area)
- Managers responsible for cyber security