2019 Compliance CPD Series – Session 3 – Cybercrime, information security & data breaches

Course Summary

In this session you will learn about the evolving risks presented by cybercrime, what is expected of businesses in managing those risks and how a business may respond in the event of a data breach.


This one hour workshop will give an overview of what cybercrime is, the expectations of the GFSC regarding managing the risk to information security, and how a business may respond when their information security has been compromised by a data breach. The session will cover areas which financial services businesses and compliance professionals need to be aware of, where potential vulnerabilities lie and demonstrating risk management is particularly important. In addition we will consider how a business may need to respond in a scenario where its cybersecurity has been breached and the first response steps which may be taken in connection to a breach.


This workshop will cover the following topics:

  • What constitutes cybercrime
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Responding to a data breach
  • Tutor Profile

    Sally French - Senior Associate & Advocate, Mourant

    Sally is a Senior Associate and Advocate practicing in the Guernsey Litigation practice of Mourant. Sally practices in all areas of commercial and financial disputes with an emphasis on acting for financial services business and she has a particular interest in cases involving fraud and regulatory issues.

    Course at a Glance

    • Next Start Date: 30 April 2019
    • CPD Points: 1
    • Course Cost: £45.00
    • Course Length: 1 hour (12:30-13:30)
    • Location: GTA University Centre, Guernsey
    • Tutor: Sally French

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