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BullWall is pleased to announce a complimentary NIS2 webinar with special guest speakers Jonathan Armstrong Partner at Cordery Solicitors, specialists in legal compliance, and Morten Gammelgard, BullWall Co-founder and EVP.

If you are an EU member state, or provide services to the EU, then this session is for you. Scheduled for 3.00pm GMT on March 13, we’ll cover what NIS2 actually is, who it affects, the timelines and penalties for breaching regulations as well as the reporting obligations organization’s will face.

Wed, March 13, 2024, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM GMT



Morten Gammelgard | Executive Vice PresidentBullWall

Morten Gammelgard has over 20 years of experience in the software and hardware industries. He currently serves as Global EVP, Sales, and Operations at BullWall and has guided the company to four consecutive years of doubling revenue growth and profitability. He has worked with customers across all verticals, from niche to top 500 companies, including Verizon, Sun Life, IBM, VMware, Dell, and Shell. Morten is a co-founder at BullWall, a company laser-focused on providing companies with a reliable and innovative solution to contain ransomware outbreaks the moment illegitimate encryptions start to corrupt the data – hence mitigating the disruption, damage, and high costs usually associated with falling victim to ransomware when all other defenses have failed.

Jonathan Armstrong | Partner – Cordery

Jonathan is an experienced lawyer based in London with a concentration on compliance and technology. His practice includes advising multinational companies and their counsel on risk and compliance across Europe. Jonathan is also an Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School where he teaches post-graduate students on international compliance issues.

Jonathan has handled legal matters in more than 60 countries including dealing with data breaches for other lawyers. He made one of the first GDPR data breach reports on behalf of a lawyer who had compromised sensitive personal data and he has been particularly active in advising clients on their response to GDPR and the changing data transfer environment. He has handled more than 300 data breaches including high profile ransomware attacks.