David discusses what it's like working for a law firm (in the
A quick wade through the UK Data Protection Act (mostly
"When lawyers get to interpret the laws"
Law firms as targets for data breaches
The new regulations in the UK, fines between 2%-5% of your
Defining "adequate measures" in regulations
A brief chat on fines, regulations, and risk management
I trail off on a Princess Bride quote, and get ranty on
Dealing with personal devices, public WiFi to work and
James asks the inevitable question on training
Good vs. "best" practice
Your security as a competitive advantage. really.
David Prince ( @riskobscurity ) - A dedicated and
well-respected Technical Information Security Professional with
several years’ experience and demonstrated success leading
information security initiatives, in a variety of organizations.
Initiatives which are in direct support of business-objectives to
maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of
organizational assets and improve business efficiency, and
Take a step outside the echo chamber - gain some perspective and context.
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