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New CAIPP Webinars – Ransomware: A massive and paralyzing cyber threat

December 2, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

REGISTRATION FORM

 

Event Information

The Cyprus International Businesses Association together with the Cyprus Association of Information Protection and Privacy and the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry are happy to announce a series of webinars available for association members and non-member companies.

The series of webinars will cover the following:

 

New EU Legislative proposals on Digital Operational Resilience (DORA) –  November 18th ,2022

Speakers

      • Nikoletta Maouri – Legal & Compliance Officer, – geevo® – Member of CAIPP
      • Christodoulos Papadopoulos, CEO geevo®, Chairman CAIPP

 

Ransomware: A massive and paralyzing cyber threat – December 2nd , 2022

Speakers

      • Pantelis Ioannou, Managing Director Concista Ltd – Member of the board CAIPP
      • Christodoulos Papadopoulos, CEO geevo®, Chairman CAIPP

 

A guide to the GDPR Requirements for DPIAs – December 16th 2022

Speakers

      • Marios Theophanous, DPO Central Bank of Cyprus, Member of the board CAIPP
      • Polina Christodoulou, George Z. Georgiou & Associates LLC, Member of the board CAIPP

 

  1. New EU legislative proposals on digital operational resilience (DORA)

Introduction

Initial dive into the requirements of the Digital Operational Resilience Act.

In this webinar we map out the European Commission’s draft Digital Operaotional Resilience Regulation (DORA) against existing EU rules on digital operational resilience, set out the new obligations which will apply to EU financial entities, and explore DORA’s potential impact on regulated firms and their relationships with IT service providers.

The draft DORA regulation (alongside a draft amending directive) aims to enhance the operational integrity of all EU “financial entities”, including banks and other financial institutions, insurance/reinsurance undertakings and intermediaries, and fund managers.

In addition to having significant implications for the IT policies and practices of regulated financial entities, DORA will also have implications for the unregulated IT service providers to whom they outsource functions.

This webinar will cover the following:

  • Key concepts
  • Scope
  • ICT risk management
  • ICT-related incident reporting
  • Digital operational resilience testing
  • Managing of ICT third-party risk
  • Insurance coverage and loss concerns

Who Should Attend:

  • Lawyers
  • Business and insurance executives
  • In-house counsel
  • CEOs, CISOs, CIOs, DPOs, and CFOs
  • Carriers and brokers
  • Risk and Compliance officers
  • IT professionals

 

  1. Ransomware: A Massive and Paralyzing Cyber Threat

Introduction

Law firms, In-house counsel and small-to-medium size businesses are guardians of confidential and valuable information making them an ever-growing target of the ransomware cyberattack. It is no longer whether an organization will be attacked but when and to what extent.  With 4,000 ransomware attacks occurring daily and 400,000 new ransomware strains developing at the same pace, ransomware is the biggest cybersecurity threat that must be met head on by law firms and businesses in 2019.

Ransomware locks up critical information and files that an organization needs to operate.  The clock is ticking.  Should the organization pay or not pay?  There is a tremendous amount of strategy involved in making the right decision–it’s not simply a binary choice for the organization.

Legal, security, law enforcement and insurance experts will address best practices for preventing and responding to a ransomware attack including:

  • Ethical obligations that apply in safeguarding client data and breach notification
  • How to avoid a ransomware attack
  • Options available to respond to a ransomware attack
  • When should you and how do you pay ransom
  • Pitfalls even when ransom is paid
  • Insurance coverage and loss concerns

Who Should Attend:

  • Lawyers
  • Business and insurance executives
  • In-house counsel
  • Law firms and corporate management
  • CEOs, CISOs, CIOs, DPOs and CFOs
  • Carriers and brokers
  • Risk officers
  • IT professionals

 

  1. A Guide to the GDPR Requirements for DPIAs

Introduction

Article 35 of the GDPR stipulates that where a type of processing uses new technologies and is likely to result in high risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons then the controller shall prior to processing carry out a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) to ensure that those rights and freedoms are not compromised.

EU Data Protection Authorities have published guidance on how and when to use DPIA and apart from it being a legal requirement, using a DPIA is good project and risk management.

What You Will Learn

This webinar will cover the following:

  • What is a DPIA?
  • Who should execute a DPIA?
  • How and when to use a DPIA?
  • Latest guidance from EU Regulators

Who Should Attend:

  • Lawyers
  • In-house counsel
  • CEOs, CISOs, CIOs, DPOs, and CFOs
  • Risk and Compliance Officers
  • IT professionals

 

Registration Form

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Details

Date:
December 2, 2022
Time:
10:00 am - 1:00 pm