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Frontline Story: Cyber Incident Response (Online)

Join us to quickly explore recent cyberattacks on organisations. Learn the essentials of understanding the cyber risk landscape and taking proactive steps. Dive into key themes like current claims landscape, factors influencing incident severity, and immediate actions for legal teams. Stay prepared for evolving cybersecurity

Event Start: Wed 24 Apr 05:00 PM ACST
Event Finish: Wed 24 Apr 06:00 PM ACST


Registration End Date: Wed 24 Apr 01:00 PM

<p>This presentation will cover recent high profile cyberattacks and how they illustrate how organisations of all sizes across all industries are being targeted by cyber criminals. In the current landscape, it is more important than ever that organisations understand the cyber risk landscape and the steps they can take to minimise the potential impact on their organisation in the event of a cyberattack.<br><br>The presentation will cover the following key themes:<br><br>1. the current claims landscape in Australia and New Zealand<br>2. what factors increase the severity of incidents; and<br>3. what can the legal team do now to decrease the severity of an incident.<br><br><strong>Key takeaways</strong><br>Recognizing Cyber Threats Everywhere:<br>Understand how cybercriminals target organizations of all sizes and industries in recent high-profile cyberattacks.<br><br>Staying Safe Ahead of Cyber Risks:<br>Learn why taking proactive measures is crucial in navigating the complex cyber risk landscape, helping organizations minimize potential impacts during a cyberattack.<br><br>Legal Readiness for Cyber Challenges:<br>Discover practical steps for legal teams, including insights on the current claims landscape in Australia and New Zealand, factors influencing incident severity, and immediate strategies to reduce potential impact severity.</p>

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Stephanie Luhrs

Stephanie Luhrs

Stefanie Luhrs is a lawyer that specialises in cyber, incident response and IT liability. She regularly works on cyber claims involving data breaches, regulatory investigations, recovery actions and incident response. She has acted as breach coach, privacy counsel and coverage counsel in a range of incidents including high profile data breaches, ransomware and business email compromise incidents. She has also advised clients in relation to their privacy compliance, cyber incident readiness and resilience.

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