MANDATORY DATA BREACH REPORTING
& PRIVACY WORKSHOP
A number of recent high profile events involving the financial services sector and data security have led to an increased concern around protecting personal information.
This comes on top of the fundamental reform to Australia’s privacy and data protection landscape – the new mandatory data breach notification regime, which came into effect on 22 February 2018.
The FSC is excited to bring you the Mandatory Data Breach Reporting and Privacy Workshop, where a panel of experts will discuss the impact of the new reporting requirements and the modifications that your organisation may be required to implement in order to ensure compliance with the new requirements in this highly sensitive data landscape. This workshop promises to be insightful and practical.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Wednesday, 27 June 2018
8.00am - 9.30am (Registration from 7.30am)
Level 24, 44 Market Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
Members - $75.00
Non-Members - $105.00
Michele Bahari – Privacy and Data Protection Manager, Deloitte
She is an admitted legal practitioner of the Supreme Court of NSW, and a member of the NSW Law Society and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Matt McMillan – Partner, McCullough Robertson
Matt has extensive experience as a commercial transactional and advisory lawyer, specialising in technology and communications, intellectual property, e-commerce and m-commerce, privacy/data protection, and tendering and procurement.
His clients include a number of leading financial institutions including the Big Four banks, public sector organisations, and blue chip corporates across a wide range of industries including government, IT, financial services, energy, transport and infrastructure.
Amie Gierson – Acting Assistant Commissioner, OAIC
Amie oversees the privacy dispute resolution functions of the OAIC. These functions include leading regulatory action in the areas of Commissioner-initiated investigations, notifiable data breaches, complaint handling, responding to community, business and government enquiries, and undertaking other regulatory activity.
Prior to this she worked in legal, policy, and advocacy roles within government and the non-profit sector, including as a lawyer at the Australian Government Solicitor, where she provided specialist advice on privacy and information law.
Malcolm Crompton – Founder and Lead Privacy Advisor, IIS Partners
Malcolm's global reputation is built on forward thinking about the handling and governance of personal information.
As Australia’s Privacy Commissioner from 1999 to 2004, Malcolm led the implementation of the nation’s first broad based private sector privacy law.
In 2008 he was founding President of the International Association of Privacy Professionals Australia New Zealand (iappANZ). He has been a member of advisory bodies around the world, including the European Union, the USA, OECD and APEC as well as large global companies such as Microsoft and IBM.
- Data Breach Reporting scheme requirements
- How to identify and manage privacy issues and incidents.
- Causes of breaches
- How to apply the requirements in real-life scenarios
- How to develop compliance measures
- How to apply the laws in practical situations
- Legal requirements regarding the management of information
- Core steps in good data breach response management
Terms and Conditions
If you cancel your participation 20 days or more in advance of the event, you will be entitled to all monies paid less a cancelation fee of 20%. Regrettably cancelations notified less than 20 days in advance will not receive a refund however you may nominate substitute participants (refer to substitution policy below).
You may nominate substitute participants at no additional cost up to 3 days prior to the event.
International Conferences & Events Australia reserves the right to deny entry and/or terminate the registration of any person who demonstrates behaviour that International Conferences & Events Australia deems to be inappropriate and/or a risk to others. Registrations received by International Conferences & Events Australia will not be considered as confirmed unless payment has been received and processed by International Conferences & Events Australia. Non-payment or non-attendance will be taken as a cancellation on the day of the event and will incur a 100% cancellation fee.
All details are correct at the time of publication. The FSC reserves the right to change the program and social functions at any time without notice. Opinions expressed by speakers during their presentations are personal and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the FSC.
Registration fees do not include insurance of any kind. Participants are advised to take out personal insurance, including cover for travel, accommodation and personal possessions. Neither the FSC nor International Conferences & Events Australia covers individuals against the cancellations of bookings for any reason including cancellation or postponement of the conference or for theft or damage to belongings.
In the event of industrial disruptions or natural disasters, FSC and International Conferences & Events Australia cannot accept responsibility for any financial or other losses incurred by delegates. Nor can the FSC and International Conferences & Events Australia take responsibility for injury or damage to persons or property occurring during the conference or associated activities. Insurance is the responsibility of the individual delegate.
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