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Tuesday 1 December

1pm GMT

60 mins

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Cyber crime is growing and costing businesses more than ever before 1. During the COVID-19 outbreak cyber attacks have increased, impacting the security of businesses and individuals. With a high percentage of office-based employees working from home, cyber criminals are making the most of this change in work behaviour, creating more attacks and scams targeting stay-at-home workers.

Join our industry experts, Christian Simpson (Lead Cyber Underwriter, Allianz Insurance) and guest speakers Steven Hadwin and Marcus Harewood, who specialise in cyber risk management and incident response at Norton Rose Fulbright. They’ll be discussing cybersecurity risks and trends, including the increased cyber risks due to COVID-19, and what customers can do to protect themselves.

1 Accenture & Ponemon Institute (2019). The Cost of Cyber Crime: Ninth Annual Cost of Cybercrime Study.

Presenters

 

Christian Simpson

Christian Simpson

Lead Cyber Underwriter, Allianz Insurance

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Christian’s responsible for the management of the cyber insurance account for Allianz UK and is focused on developing the technical expertise of regional underwriters across the business to better understand cyber risk and exposures. He’s worked at Allianz UK for over 13 years and has been responsible for supporting the account management function across a number of commercial insurance areas. These range from engineering, electronic equipment and construction, to renewable energy and engineering inspection.
SteveHadwin

Steven Hadwin

Director and Head of Operations, Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

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Steven's practice is focused on cyber risk management and incident response. He frequently advises clients on the legal implications, including under the GDPR and the NIS Directive, of adverse cyber incidents, including: data breaches; malware attacks; and network interruptions. Many of his clients face cyber risk issues in a range of geographies and he is experienced in co-ordinating the legal response to cyber incidents across a range of jurisdictions and regions. 

He regularly writes and speaks on a range of legal issues relating to cyber risk.

MarcusHarewood

Marcus Harewood

Director and Head of Operations, Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP

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Marcus Harewood is a disputes resolution lawyer based in London, advising on matters of Data Protection, Privacy and Cyber with an emphasis on cyber resilience, incident planning and response. His practice is focussed on advising clients who have suffered significant data breaches as a result of cyber-attacks. He is experienced in co-ordinating the legal response and recovery on behalf of his clients across the globe.

Marcus has a business crime and law enforcement background advising clients on a range of regulatory and commercial risk issues, both with a cyber focus and more broadly.

He regular speaks on a range of legal issues relating to cyber risk and conducts incident simulation exercises to assist clients with their breach preparedness strategies.

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