Are you ready for a crisis? Are you prepared in the event of cyber intrusion to your IT systems? Do you have a crisis management plan, ready to activate and recently rehearsed?
Jersey Finance are delighted to invite you to our “Communicating in a cyber crisis” event which focusses on the critical role of communications in a crisis. In this event we will discuss:
- Developing a cyber security crisis communications plan
- Client communications in the event of a crisis
- Leadership communications to colleagues in the event of a crisis
- Dealing with the media during a crisis
- Online reputation management
Open exclusively to Jersey Finance members, the event will be hosted by Adam Brown and will feature a session hosted by Lynne Capie, drawing on her own experience of incident management and cyber crisis management.
For more information, please contact a member of our events team.
After a 15 year career in banking covering operations, retail, corporate, credit, projects, technology, digital transformation, and strategy, with a focus on Jersey, the Crown Dependencies, UK, and Europe, Adam joined Jersey Finance in 2016 as a member of the Strategic Projects team.
An experienced project manager and technologist, Adam is a full member of both the Association for Project Management and the British Computer Society. As the fintech lead at Jersey Finance, Adam’s role is to manage projects and initiatives with a specific focus on development of fintech as an enabler for positive change in the finance industry through active Member and key partner collaboration.
Adam provides strategic insight on new and emerging trends, opportunities, threats, legislation, and regulatory developments and is adept at identifying opportunities and strategic solutions to support our digital aspiration ‘to be the easiest IFC to do business with remotely, in a digital world’.
Lynne Capie is an experienced communications professional with recent and practical experience of crisis communications and reputation management. Lynne has worked in the hospitality, local government, finance and legal sectors for offshore and global businesses, specialising in PR, crisis management, communications and business development. She has a Black Belt in Internal Communications from Cranfield School of Management in addition to an MA in Politics and International Relations from the University of Aberdeen. Lynne led the media and digital engagement response during the so-called Paradise Papers incident for Appleby. Prior to working at Appleby, Lynne was Head of Communications at a major offshore bank and was a key stakeholder in the global incident management team, who were responsible for managing, planning and preparing for several major incidents across multiple jurisdictions.