Managing Cyber-Security Risks and Challenges During COVID-19

Managing Cyber-Security Risks and Challenges During COVID-19

1.5 CPD Units in Practice Management/ Business Skills

Time: 11:00am - 12:30pm
Date: Wednesday 10 June 2020 

The rapid required movement brought about by Covid-19 has seen organisations across the board scramble to activate work-from-home plans. This has seen IT systems undergo unexpected major adjustments to accommodate in some scenarios entire IT solutions moving into cloud environments. This rapid change is not without its risks and challenges. In a webinar Briston Talbot and Mar Noordin from DuncanPowell DEM, Digital Evidence Specialists, will look at some of these major risks and provide some options to mitigate them. As well as provide some considerations to assist managing individuals from home.

Chair: Bec Sandford, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers


Briston Talbot
Responsible for the management and delivery of digital evidence services including computer forensics and e-discovery at Duncan Powell since 2010. During his career, Briston has been responsible for the investigation of computer based information which includes the digital investigation of corporate fraud, financial crime and intellectual property (IP) theft. This has included supporting investigations of regulatory bodies and the DuncanPowell restructuring team through the acquisition and analysis of digital evidence.

Mar Noordin
A recognised expert witness in digital forensics, Mar has a wealth of credentials and proven expertise in computer and mobile device analyses, digital evidence and IT infrastructure management. In her decade long career within law enforcement, Mar’s experience has spanned from providing lead specialist support to criminal investigations and legal proceedings to furthering the development and management of teams of digital forensic practitioners.

Members less than 3 years: $85
Members more than 3 years: $110
Non member: $160 
10/06/2020 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

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Wednesday, 10 June 2020

10/06/2020 11:00 AM

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