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In this episode, the team talk to Hannah Cambridge, Director at FleishmanHillard about the PR and communication aspects of cyber attacks, discuss Tom’s fortuitous hot tub experience, and much more!
Cyber Sounds: Episode 4 - The global nature of cyber attacks with Laetitia Fouquet from Charles Taylor
In this episode we are joined by Laetitia Fouquet, Global Head of Cyber at Charles Taylor. The team discuss the global nature of cyber attacks, developments in marine cyber and its complexities, and play ‘Fine and Finest’.
The EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) provides the basis for further legal certainty to be agreed following the end of the transition period on 31 December 2020. It was, as we all saw, a fairly tortuous journey and securing a deal seemed impossible at times because both sides had very different aims in mind.
In this episode, our Cyber Sounds team of Tom Pelham, Ollie Dent and Elizabeth Bardsley chat to Colin Hardy, Head of Intrusions and Investigations at TalkTalk. They discuss how to stay ahead of the bad guys, the rise of nation state threats, and test Colin’s knowledge by playing ‘Ransomware or Racehorse’.
In this episode, our Cyber Sounds team of Tom Pelham, Ollie Dent and Elizabeth Bardsley are joined by Harry Tucker, Cyber Claims Specialist at AXIS Capital. The team discuss setting out in and understanding cyber insurance, sophisticated hacking tactics and the cultural differences in the market, and play ‘Hacklanta’.
In this first episode, our Cyber Sounds team of Partners Tom Pelham and Ollie Dent and Associate Elizabeth Bardsley are joined by Ash Burdon, Cyber Claims Manager at CFC Underwriting.
The potentially devastating consequences of large-scale cyber data breaches may be bigger for SME’s, as they lack the same resources to protect themselves against an attack.
Case review 05/12/2018
We live in a landscape where a rapidly increasing number of organisations collect and process personal data on an immense scale. Systemic failures or successful cyber attacks can easily lead to data breaches that affect a large number of individuals, all of whom are potential claimants.
Case review 21/11/2018
The Court of Appeal recently handed down a decision emphasising the need for a succinct, clear and concise client engagement letter, which in turn highlights the importance it can have in determining professional liability.