event
21 Nov.
2019

ISACA Conference - Legal Aspects of a Cyber Crisis Management Plan

Venue

Pâtisserie Namur
2 Rue de Bitbourg
L-1273 Hamm

_As recognised specialists in the protection of personal data, Florence Delille has been solicited by ISACA, Luxembourg Chapter, to speak about the correct governance processes to have in place when managing a cyberattack crisis.

Faced with the growing number of cyberattacks, companies must anticipate and prepare to deal with the legal aspects of just such a situation. Beyond the technical requirements, it becomes necessary to adopt an approach involving governance principles ensuring responsiveness, efficiency and taking into account legal constraints.

During this seminar, Me. Florence Delille, Senior Associate, and Guillaume Dally, Associate will discuss the legal management steps prior to, during and after a Cyber Incident and will present the legal aspects of a crisis management.

The event is free for all.  Registration via contact@isaca.lu

SPEAKERS:

  • Florence DELILLE, Avocat à la Cour and member of the Luxembourg Bar since 2008, is a Senior Associate in the Data, Intellectual Property and Technology, Media & Telecommunications (Data/IP/TMT) practice group at Wildgen. She assists clients in being compliant with GDPR by conducting legal audits, helping them implement their data protection policies and negotiating agreements on personal data processing. Her expertise covers the full spread of contentious and non-contentious issues related to new technologies.
  • Guillaume DALLY, Avocat and member of the Paris and Luxembourg (Liste IV) bars, is an Associate in the Data, Intellectual Property and Technology, Media & Telecommunications (Data/IP/TMT) practice group at Wildgen. He deals with contentious and non-contentious matters related to data protection, trademarks, new technologies, intellectual property and media.

ABOUT ISACA:

ISACA (previously the Information Systems Audit and Control Association) is a world wide association of Information Systems governance professionals. The aim of the Luxembourg Chapter is to sponsor local educational seminars and workshops, conducts regular chapter meetings, and help to further promote and elevate the visibility of the IS audit, control and security profession throughout Luxembourg.

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