Data Breach Under GDPR: How threat intelligence can reduce your liabilities

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Nahim Fazal and Pedro López

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There has been an important clarification around what constitutes a data breach listen in to update yourselves and ensure you don’t fall foul of the regulation. When the legislation comes into effect in May 2018, compromised data will be among the most seriously regulated and highly penalized issues a company can face, so a practical and coherent understanding of the regulation is critical to mitigating any penalties your organization will face. In our latest webinar, Blueliv’s Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence, Nahim Fazal, and Legal Expert Pedro López will be providing specialist insight and guidance around aspects of GDPR specifically relating to a data breach. Building on our recent whitepaper, they will explain how to plan and manage the impact of the incoming updated legislation on your business. Pedro López is an expert in legislation relating to cybersecurity. When it comes to GDPR, the devil is truly in the detail, and he’ll be explaining how to ensure compliance without getting lost in jargon. Nahim Fazal’s experience in the industry enables him to explain not just how to mitigate the consequences of a data breach, but how to reduce the risk of exposure and ensure that any losses – from customers to financial to reputational – are minimal. The webinar will be followed by a short Q&A and demonstration of how threat intelligence can shield your organization from the worst impact of the updated GDPR. Presenters: Pedro López, Legal Advisor and GDPR expert at Martin Andino Law firm Nahim Fazal, Cyber Security Development Manager at Blueliv

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