2 May 2022

elevenM collaborates with IPC NSW for PAW 2022


elevenM is excited to be collaborating with the Information and Privacy Commission NSW (IPC) for Privacy Awareness Week 2022 to help NSW government agencies in the management of privacy risks. 

We’ve partnered with IPC on the development of a new Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) questionnaire that NSW public sector agencies can use to assess their websites for privacy risks. By using this tool, NSW Government agencies can draw on industry best practices to more efficiently assess privacy risks and identify remediation actions. 

The new IPC tool draws from elevenM’s PIA and privacy tooling suite. Anyone that’s done a PIA will know that PIA tools come in many shapes and sizes.  

There are tools for specific industries and business contexts and for individual jurisdictions and legal frameworks. Some tools function primarily as questionnaires, others offer guidance and recommendations. There are tools designed to be used by privacy experts, while others bake-in expert knowledge so they can be used by anyone in the business. 

elevenM’s privacy experts have worked with all these kinds of PIA tools, using them with many business clients and in a variety of contexts. We’ve drawn on this collective experience to create a library of PIA and privacy tools that is most useful and practical. 

If you’d like more information about our PIA tools, please contact us at hello@elevenm.com

For more information about our collaboration with IPC, please refer to their PAW 2022 webpage.

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