HOSTED BY KHALIL MALIK OF TENEO AND ROSIE RAMSEY OF ENDLESS LLP
IFT Next is aimed at professionals who have identified turnaround and business support as their long-term career pathway. Typically, these professionals will have established themselves at a management level within turnaround and restructuring and are now looking to build upon their profile and network.
Cyber is one of the most complex and critical risks facing people and businesses today. An attack can be hugely disruptive and costly. We are therefore delighted to bring together a panel to discuss these issues in terms of real world experience of an attack and lessons learned.
Data breaches and Cyber Attacks in 2022 totaled 1,063 and resulted in 408 million breached records. These numbers are likely to be incomplete as a result of non-disclosure by some organisations. Cyber Attacks were the most common form of security incident in 2022, totaling 611 attacks, followed by Ransomware Attacks at 255 with Data Breaches comprising the balance*.
Please join us in person for some real life insights on managing cyber risks with business leaders and specialists, Will Crumbie – Fatface, Piers Schreiber – BT, Jenny Brand – Teneo, Adrian Scoot – Pen Underwriting, Ian Birdsey – Clyde&Co and Tristan Morgan – BT.
18:00 – 20:30, in London.
What are the essential components of a communications strategy in a turnaround situation? This webinar will explore how to set the right narrative and key considerations for creating internal, media and client communications.
A presentation and Q&A with Ben Girdlestone and Michael Evans, Joint Managing Directors of Byfield Consultancy. Ben is a former head of communications at Slaughter and May and spent several years at Headland, where he led on communications for Alvarez & Marsal and handled comms for a number of turnarounds for PE portfolio companies. Michael is experienced in distressed situations involving litigation and has a particular focus on situations involving investigative reporters. He has also worked at law firms Baker McKenzie and Herbert Smith Freehills.