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Cyber Data Breach Compliance, Preparedness and Response (Sydney)
Dr. Jodie Siganto
Ringrose Siganto
Dr. Jodie Siganto, Ringrose Siganto
  • Possesses over 25 years of experience in both legal counsel and IT Security background
  • Qualified CISSP (Certified Information System Security Professional) and CIPM (Certified Information Privacy Manager)
  • Former AISA (Australia Information Security Association) Chairman

 

Dr. Jodie Siganto is a privacy and cyber security professional with extensive consulting and training experience. Graduating as a lawyer, she spent 10 years working as an in-house counsel for computer companies in Sydney and Singapore before commencing practice as a security management and privacy expert in Brisbane in 2000. She completed a PhD at QUT in 2015, in privacy and information security law.

 

In addition to delivering training affiliated with leading certification bodies such as (ISC)2 and IAPP, Dr. Siganto develops and delivers a wide range of training courses in both instructor led and on-line sessions. Her training courses are available publicly and include EU GDPR Compliance, ISO 27001 Overview and Implementation Guidance, Introduction to Privacy Law in Australia, CISSP Review Seminar and Cloud Computing Contracts. Dr. Siganto also develops and delivers workshops and training packages tailored for different clients’ particular requirements.

 

Dr. Siganto is an active academic researcher working on a variety of projects focusing on the social science aspects of security and privacy practice. Dr. Siganto has a special interest in the use of creative design techniques to help solve complex security issues, particularly those involving the interface between people and technology.

 

Testimonials

“I attended a seminar on Privacy Law conducted by Dr Jodie Siganto in 2015. I was impressed with her knowledge, ability to impart and relate information and to keep the attendees engaged.” - Chief Editor, Australian Women in Security (AWSN)

 

“Jodie was a fantastic trainer, knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the topic and with lots of real world experience and examples to draw on. I thoroughly enjoyed the training and learned a great deal.” - General Manager, ES2

Program Summary

The Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 comes into effect 23rd February 2018, including laws regarding mandatory data breach notifications – for all private companies with revenue over $3m, and for federal agencies. Penalties of up to $1.8m apply. Are you prepared? Do you know your obligations? Are you ready for the increased transparency and compliance requirements regarding data protection and privacy?

 

To help you deal with Australia's mandatory data breach rules, potential consequences and how to protect your data from cyber breaches as well as Europe's GDPR requirement, we would like to invite you and your colleagues to the Cyber Data Breach Compliance, Preparedness and Response Executive Program. Led by former AISA (Australian Information Security Association) Chairman with more than 25 years of experience in IT security and legal counsel experience, Dr. Jodie Siganto will walk you through the latest insights including:

  • Australian mandatory data breach notification readiness & Europe's GDPR Compliance Requirement
    • Knowing the rules, obligations and potential consequences
  • Working towards cyber and digital resilience
    • Health check methodologies and how to measure cyber resilience
  • Protecting your identifiable data
    • Conduction a gap analysis, and identifying vulnerability risk factors. Discuss proactive measures and controls
  • Incident response preparedness
    • Practical steps for incident response plan testing
  • Data breach notifications and compliance
    • What to do when breached: Managing data breach notifications, and ensuring compliance with new Australian & EU regulations
  • Data breach case studies:
    • Target
    • Equifax
    • Talk Talk
    • CBA
    • Uber
    • Red Cross Australia
    • Domino’s Pizza

Dr. Siganto will also walk you through how to develop a cyber breach response capability that complies with ISO 27001 and the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Moreover, you will also be guided on the legal obligations to notify the data breaches including the relevant laws in Australia, GDPR in EU, the US and other jurisdictions. You will also learn practical steps to take in effectively preparing and responding to cyber breaches by benchmarking with different approaches to information security incident management as covered by ISO and NIST standards. At the end of the course, you will gain insights on the major components of an incident response plan and highlight some of the most important issues based on real life case studies for your consideration.



Programs, dates and locations are subject to change. In accordance with Clariden Global policy, we do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national or disability in admission to our programs.

Introduction

As we have entered the digitalized world, data has been a crucial component in striving your organization for more optimal operations and better bottom-line. However, data breaches could also cause a huge negative impact on your organizations in terms on reputation and monetary. With the recent implementation of GDPR in May, Australian firms need to comply with this regulation or face the consequences by the authority. It is also essential for business leaders and security professionals to avoid making critical mistakes when responding to such cyber incidents. Data protection practitioners should take an all-hands-on-deck approach to breach response in order to mitigate legal fallout, disruption to operations, tarnished customer trust and loss of crucial data.

 

Led by former AISA Chairman with more than 25 years of experience in legal counsel and IT security, Dr. Jodie Siganto will walk you through the latest GDPR implemented in Australia and key takeaways to be aware of and complied with before breaching the regulation. She will also cover some of the common approaches in protecting against cyber incidents and data breaches such as ISO 27001 and the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. Moreover, you will also be guided on the legal obligations to notify the data breaches including the relevant laws in Australia, the EU, the US and other jurisdictions.

 

You will also learn practical steps to take in effectively preparing and responding to cyber breaches by benchmarking with different approaches to information security incident management as covered by ISO and NIST standards. At the end of the course, you will gain insights on the major components of an incident response plan and highlight some of the most important issues based on real life case studies for your consideration.

What You Can Expect

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the impact of common types of data breach and your data breach compliance obligations
  • Discover different approaches and frameworks that could assist participants to protect against cyber incidents and data breaches
  • Understand the legal obligation to notify the data breaches including the relevant laws in Australia, the EU, the US and other jurisdictions
  • Gain insights on practical steps in preparing for and responding to cyber breaches
  • Learn how to develop and test data breach response plans through practical exercises
  • Benchmark your organization’s data breach response capability against industry standards

Who Will Benefit Most

This program is designed for, but not limited to, middle to senior level professionals who are involved in IT, Information Security and Data Protection management as well as legal practitioners. It is also relevant for risk managers, auditors, internal legal counsel and practitioners that are interested in understanding and managing legal obligation for cyber data breach related issues.

Program Outline

Day 1 | 08:30 – 18:00

Cyber Data Breaches & Notification Obligations
Session 1: Cyber Breaches

  • Different types of cyber incidents
  • Different sources of attack
  • Reasons for attack
  • Future Directions – new vectors and types of attack

Session 2: Approaches to Cyber Security

  • ISO 27001 & other ISO standards
  • NIST Cybersecurity Framework
  • Other standards and approaches including PCI DSS, CObIT
  • Other resources for Australian businesses

Session 3: Data Breach Notification Obligations

  • Background – part of mitigating harm from a cyber incident
  • Legal obligations:
    • Australia
    • Europe under the GDPR (for controllers and processors)
    • US
    • Other jurisdictions e.g. Singapore, Hong Kong, China
    • Data breach Case studies:
      • Target
      • Equifax
      • Talk Talk
      • CBA

Session 4: Workshop Exercise Designed on Determining Whether a Series of Different Events Should Be Notified

 

Day 2 | 08:30 – 18:00

Cyber breach response capability
Session 1: Developing a Cyber Breach Response Capability

  • Planning and developing a data breach response capability:
    • ISO 27035
    • NIST
  • Cyber breach response plan
  • Testing your plan

Session 2: Data Breach Notification Issues

  • What’s in the notice?
  • How should it be delivered?
  • Apology?
  • Other compensation?

Session 3: Data Breach Response Case Studies

  • Uber
  • Red Cross Australia
  • Domino’s Pizza

Session 4: Workshop: Testing Your Response

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Venue: Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney
Date: 10 - 11 September 2018
Faculty: Dr. Jodie Siganto
Early Bird 1: AU$1,995 (by 16 July 2018)
Early Bird 2: AU$2,195 (by 13 August 2018)
Regular Fee: AU$2,495
Group Discount: 2nd participant get 10%, or register 3 participants and 4th participant get a complimentary seat
(1 discount scheme applies)
Contact: karen.williams@claridenglobal.org
 
 
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