Navigating HR's Cyber Frontier - Risks, Compliance and Training

Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 26 October 2023
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Issues covered: Cybersecurity

Recent government statistics reveal that a staggering 1 in 5 Irish firms experienced a cyber-attack or data breach in 2022. It’s not enough to rely on your IT team, HR should be front and centre in the fight to protect data and in making sure that all employees know their responsibilities. 

From Facebook/Meta to Munster Technological College, high-profile organisations have been subject to attacks in recent months. It’s recognised that the largest threat to an organisation’s cyber security is human error and employees’ failure to comply with data security rules, not hackers.

Ricky Kelly, Partner and Lead of RDJ LLP’s Cyber Security, Privacy and Data Protection Practice, Giles Tyler, Senior

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