GDPR Implications on Cyber Security

Date/Time:
Tuesday 7 November 2017, 11.30am - 4.30pm

Venue:
Barclays Technology Centre, Radbroke Hall Holmes Chapel Road, Knutsford, Cheshire East, WA16 9EU | Directions

Telephone: +44 (0)330 153 0000 (please call this number only if you get lost on the way)

Travelling to Radbroke Hall
If coming by car, Barclays has a large car park for visitors. 

Please be aware that there are speed cameras around the Cheshire road system.

Cost:
BCS Members £60.00 + VAT, Non Members £75.00 +VAT Students £45.00 +VAT

Barclays employees please contact alan.quinlan@barclays.com

Please report the main reception on arrival and you will be directed to the seminar rooms. 

Seminar and Registration will open at 11.30am.

This event is hosted by Barclays plc

Event Details:

This one-day seminar is jointly arranged by the British Computer Society (BCS) Information Security Specialist Group (ISSG) and Barclays Group Information Security (GIS). It is focussed on a current key topic to Barclays and other financial institutions in preparation for this important change in UK Law. This event will be focussed on raising awareness, tools and ‘tips’ to avoid and reduce the impact of a data breach and how security professionals can build ‘security by design’ into their solutions and advise on ‘appropriate technical controls’

Proposed Agenda 

  • 11:30am - 12:15pm: Registration & Hot / Cold Buffet Lunch
  • 12:15pm - 12:30pm: Ian Fish (BCS ISSG Chair) and TBC (Barclays Director) Introduction to the Seminar
  • 12:30pm - 1:15pm: Helen Woollett (Barclays) - Implementing a GDPR compliance plan
  • 1:15pm - 2:15pm: Andy Powell (PWC) - Cloud and Big Data - privacy by design?
  • 2:15pm - 2:30pm: Tea / Coffee Break
  • 2:30pm - 3:15pm: Graham Boler (ECSC) - Appropriate Technical Controls - see PCI DSS!
  • 3:15pm - 4:15pm: Richard Bach (XQ Cyber) - Cyber Resilience - Test and prepare for the worst
  • 4:15pm - 4:30pm: Ian Fish (BCS ISSG Chair) and TBC (Barclays Director) Closing notes

Directions to the venue:

Visitors to the site should enter via the Stocks Lane entrance. This is off the A50 just by the Whipping Stocks Inn (the entrance is on the left approx. 100m past the inn). Entrance is via an automatic barrier and a one-way system is in operation. Cars must be parked in a designated parking space.

By Road:

If you are approaching on the M6 motorway from the south, leave at junction 18 for Holmes Chapel (A54) and proceed from Holmes Chapel via the A50 for Knutsford; from the north leave at junction 19 proceed on the A556 toward Northwich for approx. 1/2 mile then turn left onto A5033 for Knutsford, proceeding to Radbroke Hall via the A50.

By Rail (Main Lines):

From the South

There are frequent services from London Euston and from Birmingham and South Wales to Manchester Piccadilly, most of which stop at one or more of the three most convenient main line stations for Radbroke Hall: namely Crewe, Wilmslow and Macclesfield. Taxis are available at these stations.

From the North:

Most services are routed into Manchester Piccadilly, connections can then be made with either the main line services to Crewe, Wilmslow or Macclesfield or the local lines. For services from North Wales, Carlisle and Scotland it is easier to travel direct to Crewe. Taxis are easily obtainable at these stations.

By Rail (Local Lines):

An hourly service runs between Crewe and Manchester Piccadilly stopping at all stations; e.g. Holmes Chapel, Goostrey, Chelford, Alderley Edge, Wilslow etc., but although these smaller stations are closer to Radbroke Hall finding a taxi may take some time.

A service runs between Chester and Manchester Piccadilly stopping at Knutsford.  This runs at hourly intervals (more frequently during rush hour). Taxis are available at Knutsford.