In-House Risk, Compliance and Cybersecurity Half-day Training Programme

Responding to contemporary issues requires a fast yet thoughtful, often multidisciplinary response. In conjunction with its partners, including experienced international lawyers and due diligence experts, the In-House Community™ has developed an effective training program to prepare in-house teams to effectively respond to the often complex issues, incidents and threats they face today. The programme is presented by experienced counsel and the programme co-creator Ronald Yu*.

Game_of_Counterparty_picThe programme is specifically for your

  • In-House Legal & Compliance Team
  • C-Suite Executives

Including our unique ‘Game of Counter-party Risk™’, with tailored scenarios for your organisation.

The forum can be run in your office or in a convenient conference facility.

Sample day plan

2.00-3.20 pm
An update on outbound risk and related cybersecurity issues, with a particular focus on your organisation’s industry and relevant jurisdictions, to be presented by experienced external counsel.

Game_of_Counterparty_pic23.20-3.40 pm Coffee and Discussion Break

3.40-5.15
The ‘Game of Counter-party Risk’ or ‘Game of Cyber-security Risk’
With our speakers forming an advisory panel and game judges, the game will get your team/s working through imaginary but relevant scenarios, with prizes for the best performing team or individuals.

5.15-5.45
Event summary and Q&A.

For more information on the programme, contact Tim Gilkison at tim.gilkison@inhousecommunity.com

*Ronald Yu, J.D., LLM is an author, a U.S. Patent Agent, general counsel, former digital forensics professional and conducts postgraduate classes on patent, intellectual property and information technology law, and intellectual property strategy. He has written and edited highly-regarded books and articles on a range of areas including digital forensics, outbound investment risk, and intellectual property.

© Pacific Business Press Ltd & The In-House Community™ presented in association with Ronba Technology Ltd.

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