Data, lies and huge fines seminar
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Join us for our seminar as we explore cyber security and GDPR

Thursday 22nd March
8:30 - 11:30am
at The Fence Gate Inn

The seminar

Cyber crime is increasing and can affect any business of any size or industry, causing devastating consequences. Similarly, the fast approaching GDPR will also affect every UK business who process customer data – they will need to be fully compliant with the new regulations by May 25th, or risk potential heavy fines. We’re taking away the fear, uncertainty and doubt, and we’re giving you the facts.

The event will be of interest to directors, senior management, marketing and HR professionals.

Tea, coffee and breakfast rolls will be served at the event.

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The Speakers

We’ve teamed up with Door 4 and BLM Law to provide guidance and advice from a legal, IT security and practical perspective – covering a range of issues including: compliance and breaches; encryption and data protection; marketing and data collection.

Justin Sherwood

Justin is the managing Director at Seriun – a leading Managed Security Service Provider. He’s a technology entrepreneur, specialising in developing technological solutions to overcome operational challenges faced by SME’s across manufacturing, retail, distribution, legal and financial industries.

Justin Sherwood

Leon Calverley

Leon is the Managing Director of digital agency, Door4. He leads a team of 18, with a breadth of services including software for central and local government, web design/ development, and programmatic marketing.

Steve Kuncewicz

Steve is a partner at BLM Law and specialises in Privacy, Intellectual Property, Media and Social Media Law. He’s also a published author in the field and is a regular contributor to BBC Breakfast, Sky News, ITV, Russia Today and national press and radio.

Steve Kuncewicz

The Agenda

8:30 – 9am: Registration & breakfast networking

9am – 10:30: Seminar and Q&A

10:30 – 11:30: Refreshments and networking