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Privacy matters! Since COVID-19 and with so many employees now working from home, your organisation is probably facing new challenges in how to manage data security, protect personal information and avoid data breaches. To help you navigate your organisation’s legal obligations, we’ll walk you through the personal information lifecycle: from collection, through to use and disclosure, storage, complaints and the data breach notification laws, with plenty of practical privacy tips along the way.
- Commonwealth privacy laws that may apply to your organisation
- Systems to put in place to manage personal information
- How to legally collect, use, handle and store personal information
- Data breach notification laws
- Top tips for privacy protection in a work-from-home environment
You’ll also get:
- An opportunity to ask questions
- A copy of webinar recording (available for 30 days)
- Information on further resources and support
Cost: $30 - $50
If your organisation is unable to cover the webinar fee or if you're having trouble registering please get in touch at email@example.com
This is an online event - access details for the webinar will be sent by email before the event.
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