Here is a summary of upcoming events and webinars where BH Consulting staff will deliver presentations about issues relating to cybersecurity, data protection, and privacy. Each event listing includes links for more information and registration.
Preparing for GDPR: 18 January
BH Consulting has partnered with Irish Times Training to deliver a course on preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation. The one-day session is aimed at senior executives that need a broad understanding of how GDPR will affect their business. An overview and booking form are available at this page.
CPDP, Belgium: 24-26 January
In January, BH Consulting COO Valerie Lyons will address the International Conference on Computer Privacy & Data Protection (CPDP), in Schaerbeek, Belgium. This three-day event runs from 24-26 January. It is one of the EU’s main fora for academics, practitioners and policymakers to discuss privacy and data protection issues. For full programme details and registration, go to the conference website.
GDPR – time is running out, Dublin: 28 February
This sold-out event will mark 12 weeks until GDPR comes into force. Once again, BH Consulting and Certification Europe have teamed up to deliver an interactive seminar focused on helping organisations comply with the new regulation. Visit here for more details and to register for a waiting list.
National Cyber Security Conference, Dublin: 1 March
Breaches and security incidents are a growing business risk. Consequently, organisations must keep a strong defence while staying one step ahead of resourceful criminals. This day-long conference will give delegates practical advice on preparing for threats. The event will feature speakers discussing a range of security-related topics. Brian Honan will discuss incident response and crisis communications during a breach. To find out more about the event agenda, venue, registration details and more, visit this page.
Dublin Tech Summit 2018: 18-19 April
Brian is confirmed as a speaker at the Dublin Tech Summit, taking place next year on 18 and 19 April. Organisers expect the conference will attract up to 10,000 attendees and cybersecurity is already one of the key topics. Find out more and buy tickets here.