Driving holistic approaches to privacy, data governance & risk
Conference Date
11th & 12th September 2018
Location
Dockside, Sydney
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Overview

In February 2018 the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme began, requiring Australian Government agencies, businesses and not-for-profit organisations with an annual turnover of $3 million or more to report data breaches. Failures to comply with the NDB scheme can attract fines up to $2.1 million.
In addition to this, from 25 May 2018  the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) enforced new data protection requirements which may impact Australian businesses.

As more cases of data breaches emerge, it is clear that the risks for businesses of all sizes are not just the government fines and penalties but reputation damage and loss of customer trust. 

Are you adequately protecting your customers personal information and is your commitment to privacy being managed and demonstrated effectively

The Data Privacy & Protection conference will provide practical insights and best practice to how to:
  • Understand and adapt to the regulatory environment
  • Strengthen prevention and response to a data breach
  • Implement a risk based approach to privacy and data protection
  • Continue to data share and innovate with data under the new regulation
  • Establish accountability structures, policies and procedures
  • Build and maintain customer trust through transparent communication and ethical data governance
Get up to speed in a fast moving privacy landscape to manage risks and continue to innovate with data.  

Who will attend?
Private and public sector senior executives with the roles of:
  • Chief Privacy Officer
  • Privacy / Data Protection Officer
  • Chief Risk Officer
  • Head of Risk and Compliance
  • Chief Information Security Officer
  • General Counsel
 

Attend to learn
  • How to adapt to changing regulation
  • Strategies to prevent, prepare for & respond to a data breach
  • How to identify your gaps & risks
  • How to create policies & procedures to manage privacy risk

Attend to learn:

  • Improve data governance frameworks
  • Identify and mitigate privacy risks
  • Work with third parties to ensure data protection
  • Demonstrate privacy and ethical commitment
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Key Speakers

Angelene Falk
Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
David Anders
Group Chief Information Security Officer & Group Data Protection Officer
Flight Centre Travel Group
Jason Holandsjo
Chief Compliance & Privacy Officer
Telstra
Sheila FitzPatrick
Worldwide Expert in Data Privacy & GDPR, President & Founder
FitzPatrick & Associates

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