In this one-hour webinar on the hot topic of privacy, we will focus on practical compliance within privacy regulation. To start, we will take a look at the key lessons from recent data incidents and official statistics. We will provide useful guidance and share our top compliance tips on matters such as how to draft and implement privacy policies and data breach response plans. We will also consider the territorial scope of the GDPR and how it impacts Australian businesses. In addition to a Q&A session where we will answer your questions, we have compiled a list of useful resources to share, so you can stay current and maintain your compliance knowledge.
During this webinar you will be provided with the following:
• An overview of the consequences of breaching the Privacy Act 1988;
• Practical governance, compliance and risk management tips;
• An overview of the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme;
• Insights from the latest Notifiable Data Breach Scheme statistics;
• Information about the territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation;
• An overview of likely laws reforms and insights about their likely impact;
• Tips about accessing useful resources on the OAIC website.
DATE AND TIME
Date: Thursday 19 September 2019
Time: 1.00 pm AEST
Duration: 1 hour
Principal & Consultant | Legal Know-How
Karen was admitted to practice in 1997 in NSW. She holds a Master of Law and Management from the University of NSW and specialises in banking and financial services law and legal knowledge management. Karen established her legal consulting practice, Legal Know-How, in 2012. Her practice has a regulatory compliance focus, particularly in privacy law and banking regulation. She provides expert advice to financial institutions, large corporates, professional services firms and SME businesses on risk management, legal and business process improvement, legal documentation, regulatory practice and knowledge management, including drafting and implementing privacy policies and data breach response plans. Karen is an experienced chair, speaker and moderator at legal seminars and industry conferences. Karen’s professional development work includes producing course material for the College of Law and authoring practical guidance for LexisNexis on the topic of privacy, and facilitating masterclasses on regulatory compliance for senior managers and executives of banks and financial institutions.