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How to protect yourself from cyber crime

Commercial Law Forum 18 October, 2017

Kelly Butler, Cyber Leader, FinPro, Marsh & McLennan Companies; Michael Hyatt, Head, Crimson Risk Consulting Services; Nick Klein, Managing Director, Klein & Co Computer Forensics; Norman Donato, Executive Lawyer, Bartier Perry; President, CLA (Chair)

The Royal Exchange, 1 Gresham Street, Sydney

05:30PM to 07:00PM

Commercial Law Forums are free for financial CLA members

The discussion will cover:
• Practical steps to combat cyber threats in your legal practice.
• What are the top five cyber threats to business?
• Case studies: the problems and the solutions.
• War stories: the major hacks at Ashley Madison and Equifax America (one of the US’s three biggest credit reporting companies).
• How to mitigate and prevent cyber threats.

Kelly Butler
Kelly oversees client advisory and placement services for cyber risk throughout Australia. She also serves as the senior cyber advisor for Marsh’s largest clients. Kelly has over 20 years insurance experience gained in Australia, New Zealand and the UK with the last eight years spent designing financial lines insurance programs for large corporate and publicly listed clients. She has extensive knowledge of cyber, directors and officers liability, professional indemnity and crime insurances products.

Michael Hyatt
Michael leads the Cyber Risk Advisory and Crimson Risk divisions of Cyber Indemnity Solutions globally. He developed a NIST based holistic cyber assessment expanding into people and indemnity disciplines. Michael has over 20 years management consulting experience and is highly skilled in guiding boards and c-suites in business risk, people and culture, cyber risk and innovation. Considered a trusted adviser, Michael has deep expertise in strategy, operational management and risk management with hands on experience, helping boards and business leaders address fast changing complex environments.

Nick Klein
Nick has 20 years of IT experience, specialising in forensic technology investigations and presenting expert evidence in legal and other proceedings. He was previously a senior director in Deloitte Forensic and a team leader in the High Tech Crime Team of the Australian Federal Police, where he worked on international police investigations and intelligence operations. Nick is also a certified instructor for the SANS Institute, teaching classes around the world in advanced digital forensics and cyber incident response.

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