The reputational risk of a data breach

Date:
Location: The Red Consultancy, Central London 41-44 Great Windmill St, London W1D 7NF
Organiser: PRmoment events
Cost: Free, in house people only

Why attend: All businesses, be they SMEs or large corporates, need to consider the risk and response to a data hack against the organisation. This event looks at how communications teams can prepare and respond to cyber-crime. Our speakers will give a mix of strategic insight and practical advice to help you and your organisation prepare for a data hack.

Due to high demand, we have to limit the number of tickets per organisation to three. 

Please note this seminar is part of our series of events for in-house communicators only.  If agency delegates register I'm afraid we will have to cancel your ticket - sorry!

5.30pm Registration and informal networking
6.00pm Chairpersons introduction
Ben Smith, Founder, PRmoment
6.05pm

Be afraid: Why cyber-crime is out of control
Tony Neate, Chief Executive, Get Safe Online

  • The scale of cybercrime and how consumers are at risk
  • When a breach happens what consumers need to know
  • Working with partners and stakeholders to help repair reputational damage
6.30pm

The role of the comms dept in preparing for a cyber-attack
James Chandler, Director, Red Consultancy
 

6.55pm Panel session:

10 mins on: Preparing for a cyber-crisis
Howard Jones, Head of Communications, EE

10 mins on: A data breach in hind sight: what we learnt
Clare Moore-Bridger, Business and Seller Communications EMEA, eBay

 James Chandler, Director, Red Consultancy

Tony Neate, Chief Executive, Get Safe Online

 

 

 

7.45pm Chairpersons closing remarks
7.50pm Drinks and canapés