“Notifiable data breaches” and the Australian Privacy Principles: widely used phrases, but still too few entities have strategies in place to deal with them. Keeping data safe and secure – or “locked” from the risk of a data breach – is a widely used strategy. But fewer entities have strategies in place - “loaded” in the case of a notifiable data breach.
Please join James d’Apice for a discussion of the privacy regime in Australia, with a particular focus on examples of breaches and what strategies you should put in place to protect yourself.
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
1. An understanding of the privacy legislation in Australia including the notifiable data breach changes
2. An appreciation for how the regime operates in practice including real world examples and decisions from the Privacy Commissioner
3. Practical tips for preventing data breaches
4. Practical tips for what steps you should take in the case of a data breach
Any trusted advisor in the professional or B2B space, especially accountants, management consultants, C-suite executives, and non-executive directors.
James d'Apice is a Senior Associate in Makinson d’Apice Lawyers. He is corporate and commercial litigator acting for private clients and small and medium-sized businesses. His practice includes some work in the privacy and intellectual property space. He was admitted to practice in 2008 and joined Makinson d’Apice in 2014. Recently, James has kicked off a series of “Coffee and a Case Note” videos. There, James briefly reflects on recent legal decisions over a piccolo latte, sharing his knowledge in a way that is both approachable and rigorous.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask questions to the presenter
Many Australian entities know to comply with the Privacy Act, but few know what steps they should take to do so.