Nov 022011
 

Date: 14 November 2011 – 1200 hours

Subject: Computer Misuse in the workplace a guide to the forensic and HR pitfalls

Speaker: David Horn

Venue: Maria Ritchie Room, Jersey Arts Centre, Phillips Street, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4SW

Continuing our security theme, the BCS Jersey International Section is pleased to invite you to our event, Computer Misuse in the workplace A guide to the forensic and HR pitfalls’ with our guest speaker David Horn.

This event is suitable for anyone with an interest in data security or compliance.

When a situation involving the misuse of IT equipment occurs, it is all too easy to try and solve it yourself. However, this approach can go very wrong from both an HR and a legal perspective. If you are collating digital, forensic evidence, you only have one chance to get it right and it is important not to squander it. Once that chance is gone, there is no going back as you may well have lost evidential integrity and continuity, not to mention creating an HR nightmare.

This presentation will guide you through the dos and donts and ultimately the best way to make use of your one chance. It will also touch on what preventative measures are available for the HR department.

Speaker

David Horn is a Director of Sapphire, one of the leading, forward thinking and independent IT security consultancies in the UK, where he has been in a variety of roles since April 2002. His specialist area is IT / IS security from both a commercial and technical perspective.

The content is non technical and suitable for anyone in IT, compliance or responsible for managing risk.This event is open to both BCS members and non-BCS members. Your e-mail address will be shared with the speaker (Sapphire).

Registration

To reserve your place at this free event, which is open to both BCS members and non-members, please visit http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2415657296. Your email address will be shared with the speaker (Sapphire).

Note that coffee and tea and sandwiches will be served from 1200, with the presentation starting at 1230.

Please contact jersey.events@bcs.org if you have any questions about this event.