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Do you know what to do if your company falls victim to a cyber-attack? Are your employees informed with the steps to take in the event of a data breach? Do you have sufficient measures in place to minimise the risk of a breach occurring?
Anderson Strathern’s Douglas McLachlan and Silver Cloud’s Kevin Robertson explored the important steps businesses must take to prevent a data breach. They also covered the toolkit needed to minimise the risk of a breach occurring in the first place, and to minimise the impact in the event of the worst-case scenario.
The duo discussed:
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Douglas leads the Data & Technology Team at Anderson Strathern. He advises clients in relation to UK GDPR, freedom of information and privacy issues as well as on all aspects of Intellectual Property /Information Technology law. He has been certified by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in Cyber Security. He regularly advises on IT contracts and on the protection and exploitation of intellectual property.
Accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in Public Procurement Law, Douglas helps public bodies design and run successful procurement exercises. He also supports private sector tenderers who bid for these contracts.
Sharing the benefits of his extensive knowledge and experience, Douglas has acted as an online tutor for the Edinburgh University LL.M in Innovation, Technology and the Law.
Kevin Robertson, a seasoned pro with a decade of network engineering and Cyber Security expertise, serves as Silver Cloud’s Chief Security Officer, establishing and leading their Security Operations Centre. He’s adept at curating industry-leading partnerships and products to offer innovative Cyber Security solutions.
At Cisco, he supported Qatar’s Critical National Infrastructure for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Kevin improved Rolls-Royce’s Cyber Security as a Security Architect, implementing Azure security and incident response processes. With a Royal Air Force background, he’s a sought-after professional dedicated to safeguarding critical systems. When he is not doing all things Cyber Security, he can be found on the golf course.