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Protecting Members - Key Steps to Cyber Security

Wednesday 19 April 2017

Barnett Waddingham, Cheapside House, 138 Cheapside, London EC2V 6BW


Start/End times:
0930/1400
Type of event:
Technical Seminar

Full event details

Cybersecurity has become an increasingly hot topic over the last couple of years with multiple major hacking attacks hitting headlines. Although none of these stories have involved a high profile attack on a pension scheme - it doesn't mean they are immune.

Technology is increasingly at the core of many pension scheme processes leading to an inevitable rise in cyber threats and data protection issues. With the Pensions Regulator warning that trustee boards need to do more to assess their risk of a cyber-attack, this is an area where trustees should be acting quickly to ensure their members are safeguarded from cyber criminals. 

This seminar will help delegates understand what exactly cybercrime is, what key issues need to be considered, as well as provide practical steps to take to ensure members remain protected. Topics include:

How is cyber security impacting the pensions industry?

  • What’s the relevance for pension schemes?
  • What do cyber risks look like?
  • How bad could the damage be?
  • Key trends – RSM research report

Elisabeth Storey, Senior Manager, RSM

 

 

 

 

 Assessing the legal implications for pension schemes

  • What does the law say?
  • Data protection and security
  • How to protect your information    

 Oliver Yaros, Partner, Mayer Brown

 

 

 

 Identifying data risks - a checklist of initial questions

  • What questions should you be asking your administrator about their cyber security?
  • Is there a recognised industry standard?
  • Is there an incident management plan in place in the event of an attack – and what does this look like?
  • What governance responsibilities should be in place?
  • Contractual agreements

Paul Latimer, Partner and Head of Pension Administration, Barnett Waddingham LLP

 

 

 

 

 

 

Determining priorities in relation to securing cyberspace

  • Best practice examples
  • What are the trustees’ responsibilities?
    

Lucy Stone, Policy Analyst, The Pensions Regulator


 

 

Pension Trustee Liability    

  • Types of cyber risk faced
  • How some cases are covered under an existing PTL Policy
  • Liabilities and risks covered under a cyber policy
  • Making a claim and good claims handling
  • Case studies and examples.

Martin Kellaway, Executive Director, OPDU

 

 

 

 

 

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Members£205.00   All prices displayed exclude VAT price valid until 19/04/2017
Non-members£255.00   All prices displayed exclude VAT price valid until 19/04/2017

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Contact details for enquiries or special rates

PMI House 4/10 Artillery Lane, London, E1 7LS

Contact name
Events Team
Contact phone
0207 392 7428
Contact email
events@pensions-pmi.org.uk