Information governance strategies to make sure that your company doesn’t become the next Ashley Madison.
A company’s most valuable resource in the digital age is personal information. The insights a business can generate by analysing data it collects about its customers and their preferences can be game-changing. But boards need to take care: a data breach caused by poor data protection policies and practices can take your company out of the game entirely.
With more people working from home , the data protection and privacy risks have increased significantly.
This seminar will provide a high level overview of a company’s data protection obligations, including privacy, dealing with notifiable data breaches, confidentiality and the new consumer data protection right.
We will take a look at some recent, high-profile data breaches and discuss the privacy implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. We will consider working-from-home arrangements, Zoom meetings and the COVIDSafe app and identify strategies to mitigate privacy risks in this “new normal”.
Webinar Learning Outcomes:
An understanding of data protection requirements in Australia including privacy, notifiable data breaches, cybersecurity and confidentiality.
A checklist for what should be addressed in the company' Information Governance Policy.
An understanding of privacy risks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Practical tips for preventing data breaches and dealing with data breaches which may come up
Directors and senior executives in Australian organisations (including NFPs) who are subject to obligations under the Privacy Act - including health service providers, or businesses with an annual turnover over $3 million.
Lawyers and other professional advisers to these organisations.
Relevant to organisations at all sizes and for all skill levels.
Lora Shaw is a corporate and commercial lawyer with 20 years’ experience advising on mergers and acquisitions, major infrastructure and ICT projects, commercial contracts and government services. She also advises private and public companies, government and NFPs on corporate governance issues, with a particular focus on information governance (data protection, privacy, intellectual property and ICT). Lora was listed in the ‘Best Lawyers in Australia’ list in 2019 in the fields of Privacy and Data Security, Information Technology Law, Commercial Law and Government Practice.
You will be provided with:
• PowerPoint presentation slide deck
• Any Supporting documentation
• Webinar Recording to view multiple times for up to 6 months
• An opportunity to ask questions