Smith & Williamson breakfast seminar series - May 2017

Cyber Security, cyber crime, cyber threats - What you need to know and what steps you can take

Date: Thursday 25 May 2017

Time: 7.30am - 9.30am

Venue: The Pavilion, Leopardstown Racecourse, Leopardstown, Co. Dublin

Free parking

Cyber security, cyber crime and cyber threats are key emerging strategic threats to business. Join us for this highly informative breakfast seminar focussed on that you need to know about cyber threats and their consequences and what steps you can take to mitigate the risks to you and your business. We take a look at what’s really happening, the legal aspects and pitfalls and practical steps and tools to support your firm’s data and IT strategy and challenges. 

We will also look at the potential impacts of Phase 1 of the Central Credit Register due to commence on 30 June 2017.

This event is an opportunity to network, share and learn. Whether you are commercialising or successfully trading our panel of speakers bring their insight on innovation, scaling and internationalising your business, finding funding and the right funding partner, and why the right professional advisor is a critical component of success.



Registration and light breakfast

8.00am       Welcome and introduction
Dan Holland, Partner, Smith & Williamson
  Navigating the legal consequences for your business
Killian O’Reilly, Partner, McDowell Purcell
  The practicalities of cyber security – what you can do to mitigate the risks
Michael Conway – Director - Renaissance
  A forensic approach – cyber breaches and tracking the consequences
Paul Wyse, Managing Partner, Head of Corporate Finance, Smith & Williamson
  Panel Discussion
9.30am Event ends

Contact us

 To speak to us or for more information, please contact Clare Pires (T: 01 614 2500)

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