GDPR & Cyber Security Awareness Training for the Construction Industry
March 11 @ 9:15 am - 1:00 pm GMT
GDPR and Cyber Security Awareness Training
Cyber-attacks are almost inevitable and, as their threat grows construction companies must ensure they are sufficiently aware of and protected against the threats posed by this digital world.
With the release of GDPR and the EU Networks and Information Systems (NIS) directive the construction industry is now more regulated around data protection and cyber-security than ever before. This GDPR and Cyber-Security awareness session will help you to understand the new regulations in the context of your sector and embrace data protection and cyber security best-practice as a very important aspect of business.
Who should attend?
This awareness training will give anyone in the construction industry a high-level overview of the steps required to maintain GDPR compliance on an on-going basis, as well as an overview of the current cyber threat landscape specific to the construction industry and will provide best-practice recommendations towards safeguarding your organisation against cyber-attacks.
- Retention and disposal schedules under GDPR
- Review of risks associated where personal information is held on construction sites and temporary offices
- Review risks associated with the use of cloud applications to manage projects
- Overview of cyber threat landscape
- Password management
- Review of common cyber threats and best practice guidance to manage risks
- Mobile Devices
- Social engineering scams
- Cyber security incident response
9:15-9:30am: Registration, tea & Coffee
9:30-9:45am: Presentation on CITB NI’s Products and Services
9:45am-1pm: Cyber Security & GDPR Awareness Training
Mark Hopkins, Information Security and Data Protection Consultant at Quadra Ltd, has over 20 years’ experience advising organisations on their data security. He provides professional, practical and impartial advice to organisations to enable them to understand the new data protection rules and the steps they need to take to meet the requirements of GDPR..
Mark is a senior cyber security leader, with demonstrable experience in successfully implementing information security management systems to the requirements of international standards such as ISO 27001:2013, as well as UK government schemes including Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials Plus. He is currently assisting organisations across a wide range of industry sectors to meet their GDPR compliance obligations and is delivering training and awareness sessions on cyber security across UK and Ireland.
Free to CITB NI Registered Employers – Please have your registration number when booking
£25 for non CITB NI registered attendees