In a recent tmgroup survey approximately 80% of conveyancing solicitors said that they were definitely more worried about security and risk of fraud in 2016 compared to 2015

Join our panel of expert speakers at the IET in London to find out more about cyber crime in the property transaction and the steps you can take to protect the best interests of your firm and your client.

National Conference 2017 Agenda Book Now

09:30 — 10:00

Coffee & Registration

10:00 — 10:10

Welcome

Jon Horton
tmgroup

10:10 — 10:20
Seminar

Cyber Security: 2017 & beyond
Graeme will be looking at some of the current cyber security risks law firms need to be aware of, as well as explaining the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Graeme McGowan
BeCyberSure

10:30 — 11:00
Roundtable

Your Challenges

Simon Wood
tmgroup

11:00 — 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 — 12:00
Seminar

Cyber crime: Dealing with the undeniable threat
Matthew will focus on helping attendees understand more about cyber crime; specifically looking at why increased IT complexity is good for cyber criminals, and the latest considerations relating to professional indemnity insurance and cloud technologies.

Matthew Newton
Oosha Ltd

12:00 — 12:20
Seminar

Cyber Security: Managing third party supplier risks
Jeremy will be discussing how to reduce the risk of having a third party (such as a business partner, contractor, or customer) who has access to your IT systems acting as a bridge for hackers.

Jeremy Swinfen Green
Teiss and Mosoco

12:20 — 13:00
Roundtable
& Panel Discussion

Technology Risks
Featuring Graeme McGowan, Matthew Newton, and Jeremy Swinfen Green

Jon Horton
tmgroup

13:00 — 14:00

Lunch

14:00 — 14:30
Seminar

How your frontline team can help protect your firm against cyber attacks
Mark will primarily be discussing the sophistication of modern-day phishing emails – sharing a variety of real-life examples – and explaining how to help your team recognise them before they accidentally trigger a major security incident.

Mark Payne
InfoSec Cloud

14:30 — 15:00
Seminar

Cyber crime: How to respond to an attack and support your team in preventing future cyber security incidents
The National Police Chiefs' Council's National Cyber PROTECT Coordinator will be explaining how to respond to a cyber incident; and highlighting some of the risks law firms should be making their teams aware of to help reduce the likelihood of a future cyber security incident.

National Police Chiefs' Council's National Cyber PROTECT Coordinator

15:00 — 15:40
Roundtable
& Panel Discussion

People Risk
Featuring Mark Payne, and the National Police Chiefs' Council's National Cyber PROTECT Coordinator

Jon Horton
tmgroup

15:40 — 15:50

Closing Remarks

Jon Horton
tmgroup

Speakers

Graeme McGowan
BeCyberSure

Cyber Security: 2017 and beyond
Following 30 years’ experience working for a Government Intelligence Agency, Graeme provides independent consultancy services to the public and private sector; ensuring that clients are well positioned to identify, block, eject and mitigate the effects of cyber security breach

Matthew Newton
Oosha Ltd

Cyber Crime: Dealing with the undeniable threat
Matthew is the Operations Director and co-founder of Oosha Ltd, an IT managed services, cloud and security solutions provider. He regularly advises law firms on the most effective IT security strategies that can be deployed to mitigate the increasing threat of cyber crime.

Mark Payne
InfoSec Cloud

Cyber Security: How your frontline team can help protect your firm against cyber attacks
Mark is a Cyber Security Expert with specialist knowledge of reducing cyber security incidents for the legal sector. He has assisted more than 100 legal companies in improving security and awareness, and helped over 40,000 end users become educated and tested on security risks.

Jeremy Swinfen Green
Teiss and Mosoco

Cyber Security: Managing third party supplier risks
Jeremy Swinfen Green specialises in the management of process cyber risks (including third party risks) and internal cyber risks. He is Managing Partner of Mosoco, a consultancy helping businesses manage digital transformation and cyber risk, and the Head of Training and Consulting for Teiss.

National Police Chiefs’ Council’s National Cyber PROTECT Coordinator

Cyber Crime: How to respond to an attack and support your team in preventing future cyber security incidents
The speaker panel will also be joined by the National Police Chiefs’ Council’s National Cyber PROTECT Coordinator, who will be explaining how to respond to a cyber incident; touching on key areas such as Law Enforcement capability (national to local) and reporting to Action Fraud.

Book Now

Join us at IET London on Thursday 23rd February

The Venue

Maxwell Library, Institution of Engineering and Technology, Savoy Place, London, WC2R 0BL

Underground

Savoy Place is conveniently located within walking distance of the following tube stations: Covent Garden, Embankment and London Charing Cross.


National Rail

You can also reach the venue by connecting to the London Underground from the following National Rail train stations:

  • Liverpool Street station
  • Euston Station
  • King’s Cross station
  • Victoria station
  • Waterloo station
For more information, visit www.nationalrail.co.uk

Road Transport

The easiest option is to type in the venue’s postcode ‘WC2R 0BL’ into a route finder or satnav, which will direct you straight to IET London: Savoy Place.

There is limited parking outside of IET London: Savoy Place, behind the Embankment Gardens on metered bays. Alternatively, there is an NCP car park just two minutes drive from the venue in Drury Lane, Covent Garden.

Please note that IET London: Savoy Place is located within the congestion charge zone.


Contact

If you have any questions, please get in touch with Gina Bolger:
e: gina.bolger@tmgroup.co.uk
t: 01793 714905.