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
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
- 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
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Ripple Effect of GDPR – Impact on Australia and the World
- The Customer Data Right (CDR) – giving Australians more control of their personal data
- Taking a transparent customer-centric approach to risk, privacy & data protection
- Implementing a risk based approach to privacy & data protection
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
In her role as Acting Australian Information Commissioner and Acting Privacy Commissioner, Angelene Falk leads the OAIC in fulfilling the office’s functions across privacy, freedom of information (FOI), and government information management.
Ms Falk brings 24 years experience working across State and Federal Government agencies and with business and the community, in law, policy and education.
Ms Falk has held senior positions in the former Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) and the OAIC since 2007. In 2014 Ms Falk oversaw the office’s engagement with business, government and the Australian community on the implementation of the significant reforms to the Privacy Act 1988 that commenced that year. Immediately prior to her appointment as the Acting Australian Information Commissioner and Acting Privacy Commissioner in March 2018, Ms Falk was the OAIC’s Deputy Commissioner.
Over the past decade, Ms Falk has worked extensively with Australian Government agencies, across the private sector and internationally, at the forefront of addressing regulatory challenges and opportunities presented by rapidly evolving technology and potential uses of data. Ms Falk’s experience extends across industries and subject matter, including data breach prevention and management, data sharing, credit reporting, digital health, and access to information.
Ms Falk holds a Bachelor of Laws with Honours and a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University and a Diploma in Intellectual Property Law from Melbourne University.
Flight Centre Travel Group
David has over 20 years information technology and security experience and currently is responsible for information security across the Flight Centre Travel Group, which consists of over 40 companies across over 100 countries.
Prior to FCTG, David worked at BHP and a number of consulting firms and has significant national and international experience. This experience taught David that a pragmatic approach to protecting business assets is crucial should an organisation want to be successful. David also has IT Forensics and Fraud investigation experience and has been called upon as an expert witness for a number of cases involving corporate fraud, computer crime and other criminal activity.
David has served as a Director on the Board of ISACA and is currently a Board member of the Australian Network for Art and Technology, an organisation which merges with leading edge technologies with innovative artists.
Jason is the Chief Privacy Officer and Chief Compliance Officer at Telstra. He is responsible for setting and managing the overall Telstra compliance monitoring and reporting framework, as well as direct accountability for the Privacy, Ethics, Competition and Data Compliance programs.
As Chief Privacy Officer, Jason is accountable for managing Telstra’s global privacy program at a time when the organisation is undertaking a dramatic change from a telecommunications company to a global technology company.
Previously, Jason was the Chief Compliance Officer for the Toll Group, managing the design and implementation of Toll’s global compliance program, including its privacy program, across Toll’s operations in 55 countries.
Jason holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws. He practised as a solicitor in a regulatory environment at ASIC and APRA and in private practice at Hall & Wilcox. Prior to joining Toll, he practised in-house at UniSuper and Australian Unity as part of their senior management teams in Operations.
FitzPatrick & Associates
Sheila FitzPatrick is President and Founder of FitzPatrick & Associates, a strategic global data privacy and protection compliance consulting firm. She has over thirty-five years’ experience in global data privacy, data protection and sovereignty compliance. Sheila is considered one of the world’s leading experts in data privacy laws and works closely with the US Government, Council of the European Union, country-specific data protection authorities in Europe, Asia/Pacific, and The Americas, as well as, National Works Councils, European Works Councils and Law Enforcement Agencies. She provides expertise and hands-on experience in the areas of global data protection compliance, data sovereignty, cybersecurity regulations and obligations, issues associated with cloud computing, big data and new technologies, data breach compliance and management, and records management. Sheila has been recognized by Data Protection Authorities (DPAs) around the world for her depth of comprehension and commitment to data protection laws. She speaks regularly at global conferences and panel discussions and publishes many articles focused on data privacy, cybersecurity and cloud computing. Sheila is one of the foremost experts on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and was identified as one of the 2017 EMEA 50 recipients, an honor bestowed on the 50 most influential people in EMEA. Sheila was also honored as one of Silicon Valley’s Women of Influence 2017.
Sheila works with numerous multinational companies (including Fortune 500 companies) providing an extensive array of data privacy and sovereignty services, including acting as their outside global Data Governance expert and Chief Privacy Officer/Data Protection Officer and/or as their Data Privacy Compliance Project Manager. She is responsible for developing, managing and implementing worldwide data privacy compliance programs, including the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), that include responsibility for compliance with global laws related to data protection, data sovereignty, cybersecurity, data breach notification, cloud computing and records management. She sits on many customer internal corporate councils and committees including their Data Privacy Advisory Boards. Sheila also works with corporate legal, finance and HR departments, as well as sales, marketing, and product development teams to help position data privacy compliance as a competitive advantage.
Sheila holds positions on many external councils and is currently the Vice-Chair of CompTIA’s Privacy and Cybersecurity Committees and is actively involved in their Big Data and Cloud Computing Subcommittees. Sheila holds strategic seats on “by invitation only” committees including the European Union Data Protection Advisory Council, the Asia Pacific Data Protection Framework Advisory Board, the Latin American Data Privacy Forum, the SNIA Privacy Council, the Canadian PIPEDA Advisory Board, and the Pacific Rim Privacy and Cybersecurity Advisory Group.
Sheila holds degrees (BA and JD) from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, CA and a law degree (LLM) from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland
OneTrust is the global leader in privacy management and marketing compliance software. More than 1,500 customers, including 200 of the Global 2,000, use OneTrust to comply with data privacy regulations across sectors and jurisdictions, including the EU GDPR, ePrivacy (Cookie Law) and the California Consumer Privacy Act. The comprehensive platform is based on a combination of intelligent scanning, regulator guidance-based questionnaires, automated workflows and developer plugins to automatically generate the record keeping required for an organisation to demonstrate compliance to regulators and auditors.
Welcome to KPMG. We are a global network of professional firms providing a full range of services to organisations across a wide range of industries, government, and not-for-profit sectors.
Our service areas are Audit, Assurance & Risk Consulting; Deals, Tax & Legal; Management Consulting; and Innovation & Digital Solutions. In addition, KPMG Enterprise tailors its services to meet the unique needs of mid-sized, fast growing and family owned businesses.
We operate in 154 countries and have more than 200,000 people working in member firms around the world. The independent member firms of the KPMG network are affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity.
In Australia, KPMG has a long tradition of professionalism and integrity, combined with our dynamic approach to advising clients in a digital-driven world. We have approximately 6,700 people, including over 400 partners, with offices around the country.
Our deep expertise has seen us work with renowned companies to help them solve complex challenges, steer change, disrupt sectors and grow. Collaboration and innovation are ingrained in our approach, with our people aiming to provide genuine, sustainable value for our clients.
Beyond our clients we contribute in voluntary and honorary capacities to assist the wellbeing of the communities in which we live and operate. We work with community partners to help solve challenges, with a core focus on reconciliation with Indigenous Australia through our Reconciliation Action Plan.
We value diversity and inclusion, fostering a positive and encouraging culture. As a result we attract passionate individuals who share a common purpose of ‘Inspiring Confidence and Empowering Change’ for their clients and the communities in which they live and work.
Amid times of economic change, technology advancement and industry disruption, KPMG has the depth of expertise, global reach, clarity of insight and strength of purpose to work shoulder to shoulder with our clients – now and into the future.
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Australian Information Security Association
As a nationally recognised not-for-profit organisation and charity, the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) champions the development of a robust information security sector by building the capacity of professionals in Australia and advancing the cyber security and safety of the Australian public as well as businesses and governments in Australia.
Established in 1999, AISA has become the recognised authority on information security in Australia with a membership of over 3000 individuals across the country. AISA caters to all domains of the information security industry with a particular focus on sharing expertise from the field at meetings, focus groups and networking opportunities around Australia.
AISA’s vision is a world where all people, businesses and governments are educated about the risks and dangers of cyber attack and data theft, and to enable them to take all reasonable precautions to protect themselves.
Our independent non-profit association was created to provide leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of our profession. Our strategic plan calls for continued work in the areas of advocacy, diversity, education, and organisational excellence.
Data Governance Australia
Data Governance Australia (DGA) is the leading industry association promoting the responsible management and use of data to enable Australian organisations gain a competitive edge while reducing data-related risk. We do this by providing our members with the following benefits:
–Advocacy to represent to government and regulators the concerns and proposals of industry concerning data handling, use and risk.
–Education programs to assist your organisation’s competency in data governance, security & compliance, and how best to use data to your advantage.
–Industry standards and guidelines providing access to codes of practice and benchmarks to ensure regulatory compliance and delivery of leading practice for the collection, use and management of data.
–Events: access to exclusive thought leadership events from private, C-suite boardroom lunches, to larger events for your whole organisation.
–Research and resources: Access the latest research, white-papers, trend reports and news affecting data.
–Access to events, education and thought leadership provided by our sister organisations within the Australian Alliance of Data Leadership (AADL) which is a network of associations that have a common goal to deliver a future where Australia is recognised globally as a leader in data-enabled business, commerce and innovation, including:
ADMA (the Australian Data-driven Marketing Association) which provides effective and creative data-driven marketing, providing insight, ideas and innovation to help Australia build a better marketing future.
IAPA (the Institute of Analytics Professionals of Australia), the largest analytics association in Australia which helps business leaders harness the power of their data so they can use it to achieve ROI, by providing standards, education and accreditation.
Australian Retailers Association
Founded in 1903, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) is Australia’s largest association, representing the country’s $310 billion sector, which employs more than 1.2 million people.
To ensure retail success by informing, protecting, advocating, educating and saving money for members.
Australian Information Industry Association
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia’s peak representative body and advocacy group for those in the digital ecosystem. We are a not-for-profit organisation to benefit members, and AIIA membership fees are tax deductible. Since 1978 the AIIA has pursued activities to stimulate and grow the digital ecosystem, to create a favourable business environment for our members and to contribute to Australia’s economic prosperity.
We do this by delivering outstanding member value by:
- providing a strong voice of influence
- building a sense of community through events and education
- enabling a network for collaboration and inspiration; and
- developing compelling content and relevant and interesting information.