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Protecting client confidential information and client money online

  • 08 March 2017
  • 5 Chancery Lane, Clifford's Inn, London EC4A 1BL
  • 12:00 PM - 02:00 PM
  • Entry: Free

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The confidential information and money professional services firms hold for clients has always been a target for criminals but the anonymous and unregulated online world has made it easier for them.

Our latest roundtable discussion for General Counsel, COLPs and Risk and Compliance Officers in the professional services sector. 

We live in an era of Friday afternoon frauds, hacking, phishing and whaling and a host of other developing and serious online threats to client data and client money.

The recent “Panama Papers” saga is perhaps the most high profile example in the legal sector. The confidential information and money professional services firms hold for clients has always been a target for criminals but the anonymous and unregulated online world has made it easier for them. Sadly, reports about stolen money and data are now a relatively common sight in the press.

What forms do these threats take? What can we do (or what more can we do!) to protect our clients and our businesses from them? How might we train our people to spot the red flags? What technical IT counter-measures should we adopt? What are the regulatory ramifications? We will be exploring these and other questions at this open and informative roundtable.

Please contact events@lewissilkin.com to register. 

Event speakers

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Ellen Temperton

Partner

I have 20 years’ experience as an employment lawyer advising on a wide range of matters across a variety of sectors but with an emphasis on ...

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Richard Curtis

General Counsel

I’m Lewis Silkin’s General Counsel.

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Alexander Milner-Smith

Managing Associate

I work in three main areas: general employment law (acting mainly for employers, but occasionally senior executives as well); data ...

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