Directors’ Duties in a Cyber World
Date - 19 June 2019
Venue - Bartier Perry
Bartier Perry in partnership with Tecala would like to invite you to our upcoming seminar.
Against the backdrop of ever evolving technology, the constant threat of security breaches means that cyber security is an issue that businesses can no longer afford to ignore. This raises the prospect of personal liability for company directors who fail to effectively manage the risks presented by the digital age.
Our expert panel will take you through all aspects of:
The obligation to implement effective cyber security systems
Data and privacy protection
Increasing employee awareness of cyber security issues
The interplay between directors’ duties and management of cyber risk
Tips on effectively managing the cyber risks posed by the digital age
Leading the session as Chair will be Gavin Stuart, Partner and Head of Bartier Perry’s Commercial Disputes team.
Attendees can take the opportunity to submit questions or topics they would like covered during the session. Post your question when you RSVP.
Pieter DeGunst heads up the Tecala Group, a technology services provider renowned for partnering with Australia’s most progressive, forward thinking businesses. Pieter views technology as a powerful enabler of business success when harnessed the right way.
Michael Collins is currently leading the cyber security and technology strategy for Australia's leading Health and Community sector industry superannuation fund. Michael is focussed on establishing and promoting information risk management best practices, educating and empowering business partners, executives and board members to achieve the right balance between protecting the organisation and running the business.
Diego Ascani joined Sedgwick in January 2017 as chief operating officer, and was appointed Australian CEO in August 2018. Diego oversees insurance, loss adjusting, forensic accounting, TPA and building restoration services for the Australian operations of the world’s largest claims administrator.
Greg Blewitt is a Partner in the Corporate & Commercial team at Bartier Perry. Greg advises on a range of commercial transactions, with a special focus on mergers and acquisitions and corporate law. A graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Greg regularly advises directors on their statutory duties and corporate governance obligations.