Annick is a seasoned lawyer with wide business experience internationally and across sectors. An expert in defining, driving and maintaining compliance and risk-management frameworks, she is a confirmed executive of culture change with extensive experience in corporate conduct and training & awareness. She has a special focus on cyber, privacy, data protection and information security.
From employees accidentally clicking on malicious links, to sabotage, theft of data and unauthorised access, companies have plenty of potential insider cyber security threats to consider. But how can organisations ensure their cybersecurity defence methods are robust enough to cope? This panel will look at some of the most common internal threats and what is needed to ensure your practices are safe and effective.
The patchwork nature of data protection regulations across the world creates a particular challenge for financial services firms operating overseas. This panel discusses how this, and divergence from GDPR, can be addressed.
The European Commission has adopted a newly updated version of the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs), which are the most commonly used legal mechanisms for transferring personal data and international companies rely upon this hugely. With companies endeavouring to comply with the CJEU’s decision in Schrems II, coupled with an overhaul of existing contracts resulting from new SCCs, this development will be of key importance for companies.