The role of security in a strong privacy program was one of the key messages from Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner Angelene Falk in her keynote address to the IAPP conference in Sydney this week.
elevenM’s Piotr Debowski breaks down two recent privacy determinations by the privacy regulator, explains why the regulator is losing patience with untimely responses, and what this means for entities.
In this final part of our series on Data Processing Inventories, elevenM’s Laura McVey looks at making the most of the work you’ve done to develop and maintain it.
In part 4 of this series, we will consider some of the ways that you can use tooling to help you assemble and maintain a DPI. We will also look at some of the available tools on the market.
elevenM’s Cassie Findlay and Tessa Loftus summarise the Government’s response to the Privacy Act Report and what to expect next. You can also catch a discussion of the response on the elevenM podcast, This week in digital trust.
elevenM’s Jayden Hunter and Daniel Duncan unpack some of the many privacy and security risks that self-driving cars bring, and raise some of the questions that need to be answered before they become the new normal.
elevenM’s Angela Wong and Brett Watson outline the changes that are coming with the NSW mandatory notification of data breach scheme and provide some advice on how to get ready. Included are two templates to help agencies meet compliance with the requirements.
In part 3 of our series on data processing inventories, we will look at a practical process that you can follow to build your organisation’s DPI.
The last week saw the appearance of an issue that, to a privacy professional, rings considerable alarm bells in relation to issues of collection, consent and basic ‘reasonableness’. Consumer advocacy