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|We herewith invite you to join our Cybersecurity Webinar on Tuesday 27 October. In this Webinar, we approach this issue from a multi-disciplinary perspective with 3 major themes: operational, insurance and legal.
The webinar will be opened with welcome remarks in English by Christa de Kemp, Managing Director of Dujat, and also a short introduction in Japanese by Japan Cyber leader Yuichiro Kirihara of Deloitte, who will give an update about the cyber developments in Japan.
After the introduction, we will start the English session with a presentation by Theodorus Niemeijer, Risk Advisory Director at Deloitte who will tell about cyber crisis response & recovery, followed by the presentation of Richard Hanlon, Managing Director at Aon Cyber Solutions. He will talk more about the role of insurance.
Then, Undine von Diemar, Partner, Jones Day, will share the main legal considerations under EU law relating to cyber incidents and data breaches.
In the second part of the webinar in Japanese, Japan Cyber Incident Response lead Junichiro (Jay) Uchiyama will follow up on Theo’s presentation.
Lastly, Michiru Takahashi, partner of Jones Day Tokyo office will explain about relevant aspects under Japanese law applicable in case of cyber incidents. Detailed summaries of the presentations can be found below.
|Date: Tuesday 27 October, 2020
Time: 9:00 – 10:30 (CET)
Language: English and Japanese
8:45 Registration/Log in
9:00 Welcome by Dujat – Christa de Kemp, Managing Director of Dujat
9:05 Introduction by Deloitte, in Japanese – Yuichiro Kirihara, Japan Cyber leader at Deloitte
9:10 “Cyber crisis response & recovery” in English – Theodorus Niemeijer, Risk Advisory Director at Deloitte
9:30 “The role of Insurance in managing the journey to greater cyber resilience” in English – Richard Hanlon, Managing Director at Aon Cyber Solutions
9:50 “Cyber Incident and Data Breach Response — Legal Considerations, in English – Undine von Diemar, Partner at Jones Day
10:10 “Cyber crisis response & recovery” in Japanese – Junichiro (Jay) Uchiyama, Japan Cyber Incident Response lead at Deloitte
10:20 “Relevant aspects under Japanese law applicable in case of cyber incidents”, in Japanese – Michiru Takahashi, Partner at Jones Day Tokyo office
10:30 Closing remarks – Christa de Kemp, Managing Director of Dujat
“Cyber crisis response & recovery” by Theodorus Niemeijer, Risk Advisory Director at Deloitte
Catastrophic cyber events are becoming more common. What was a one-off event is now regular news. The Honda event is a recent example, with Norsk Hydro, Maersk, TNT, Merck on the list since 2017. During his presentation, Theodorus will use examples to explain what actually happened, the (business) impact, what it feels like for people on the ground and the cost of compromise.
Theo will explain why these attacks were so successful and why it is so hard to recover. We will explain how these incidents are representative of the macro trend, affecting all industries and sectors. Finally, we discuss cyber crisis response and recover best practices (and some pitfalls) and key elements to have in place to start making your organization more resilient.
“The role of Insurance in managing the journey to greater cyber resilience” by Richard Hanlon, Managing Director at Aon Cyber Solutions
One of greatest Cyber challenge organisations face is simply keeping up and staying informed about the evolving cyber risk landscape. Why? Because there isn’t necessarily one universal or straight-line approach to cyber security. Richard will describe the current cyber insurance environment and how each organization is at a different place in its cyber resilience journey.
He will also explain the concept of the Cyber Loop, In doing so, we will show how Cyber risk goes well beyond a data breach, creating business interruption, reputational damage and cost. The climate is becoming increasingly regulated and punitive, yet cyber risk is still underappreciated as an insurable risk
“Cyber Incident and Data Breach Response — Legal Considerations” by Undine von Diemar, Partner at Jones Day
As companies increasingly suffer from cyber incidents and data breaches, it is critical to be fully aware of the legal implications arising from such events. This presentation gives an overview of the relevant notification obligations, discusses how to deal with authorities in this situation and provides for practical tips how to reduce breach liability.
|How to join:
1. The webinar will be conducted using the program Webex. First register for the event via the button above.
2. The link with access to the Webex event will be sent to you at a later stage. Please note beforehand: it is possible to login on PC/laptop simply by installing the Webex extension in your browser. It is also possible to login on your phone/tablet, for this you will need to install the Cisco Webex Meetings app.
3. On 27 October 8:45-9:00 AM CET, log in by following the steps in the e-mail we send the day before the webinar. A stable internet connection is needed to guarantee a good quality of the webinar.
4. Attend the webinar. After the event, you will receive the presentation slides by e-mail.