GDPR and Social Media Law Conference

  • When: April 19, 2018 9:00 am - 5:15 pm
  • Where: Hilton Hotel, 303 Deansgate, Manchester M3 4LQ
  • Summary: Everything you wanted to know (before 25th May) but were afraid to ask
  • Details:

    Is your firm is ready to comply with the new GDPR requirements? Can you advise your clients on what these changes mean for them in practice? Do you know how to prevent data breaches and enforcement action, and what to do when the worst happens?

    Join us for a full day of updates, case studies and discussion. Experts will discuss the risks and opportunities presented by social media and web marketing, both for lawyers and their clients and will look at response wide range of issues and evolving legislation and case law.

    You will also hear the latest updates on Social Media Law and what it means for defamation, privacy and data protection.

    09:00 Registration and refreshments

    09:30 Welcome and introduction
    Steve Kuncewicz, BLM

    09:40 GDPR: Update and what you need to be doing now
    Susan Hall, Clarke Willmott LLP

    10:20 Advertising Law & Social Media for Solicitors
    Steve Kuncewicz, BLM

    11:20 Refreshments and networking

    11:35 PANEL: Plan now, survive later – Practical tips for coping with the new regulation and incident response
    Stephen Pritchard, Matrix 247
    Jason Dixon, Vdocs
    Nigel Redwood, Nasstar
    Stephen Robinson, Xyone Cyber Security
    Pete Moore, Look At Your Data
    Steve Kuncewicz, BLM

    12:35 Networking lunch

    13:35 Sex, Lies, and YouTube Videos: Social Media Law Update
    Defamation, Privacy and Data Protection
    Richard Munden, 5RB

    14:15 Web Application Database Compromised
    In this demonstration a malicious attacker has managed to compromise a web application and gather customer information stored within its database. The database held important personal customer information which an attacker could use to hack into other accounts that user has. Our certified ethical hacker will demonstrate how easy it is for an attacker to exploit a vulnerable web application and compromise the database. With the GDPR coming into force in May the financial and reputational damage that an organisation faces if a breach similar to this scenario happened can be very significant.
    Zain Javed, Xyone Cyber Security

    15:15 Refreshments and networking

    15:40 Going Rogue – Liability for Employee Data Breaches
    Case update on Group Claimants v Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC
    Nick McAleenan, JMW Solicitors

    16:25 PANEL: Social Media & Web Marketing for Law Firms: Opportunity v Risk
    Rich Dibbins, Conscious Solutions
    Jen Smith, JMW Solicitors
    Sarah Wilde, Brabners
    Ruth Shearn, RMS PR

    17:10 Chairman’s closing remarks

    17:15 Conference closes

    Kindly sponsored by 

    CPD: A2

    Cost to attend:
    MLS Members £120.00 + VAT (£144.00) Non Members £160.00 + VAT (£192.00)

    Book your place by emailing CarlaJones@manchesterlawsociety.org.uk, completing and returning the GDPR and Social Media Law Conference booking form
     
    or you can book online here

    By booking a place on this course you are agreeing to our terms and conditions details of which can be found here.

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