GDPR and Cyber Security – 29 March 2018

GDPR and Cyber Security

Are you ready for GDPR? Are you aware of the implications to your business?

We would like to invite you to the Parkway Hotel and Spa in Cwmbran, on Thursday 29 March 2018, between 9am and 11am.


Dr Kerry Beynon, Partner at Acuity – GDPR: a can of worms or a catalyst for change and innovation?

Kerry specialises in data protection, IT/IP and commercial law. A member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Kerry is also a solicitor-advocate with higher rights of audience in both the civil and criminal courts. Kerry has the benefit of the Certified EU General Data Protection Regulation Practitioner qualification awarded by IBITGQ and accredited to ISO 17024.

The presentation will cover the main changes brought in by GDPR; the risks of non-compliance; and the opportunities in working towards compliance.

Damon Rands CISSP, CEO of Wolfberry Cyber Security – The Big Bad Wolf

Damon is an experienced cyber security expert, with over 25 years working in the Information technology industry. Having worked in development, support and installation he has helped companies across the United Kingdom build secure systems and implement best practices to protect their intellectual property and private information.

Damon specialises in Ethical Hacking, Risk analysis, Cyber Essentials Certification, Digital Foot Print Analysis and Security Awareness Training.

We all know, information security is more important than ever, the reports of destructive and disruptive hacks affecting business are a daily occurrence and as a result Information Security is so much more than just IT.

The presentation will look at the types of real-world threats that all businesses encounter daily, from using public wifi to competitor hacking. He will explain the initial steps to take in-order to best protect your company.

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For any enquiries about this event, please contact Katie Williams at Green & Co on 01633 871122, Email: In the meantime, please feel free to check out our ‘Getting Started with GDPR’ blog post.


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