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Mandatory Data Breach Notification

Patrick Fair, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

CPD Points0.5 pt

FormatOn-line Module

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This webinar was recorded in August 2017 and reviewed April 2019.

Changes to the Privacy Act came into effect on 23 January 2018 which introduced mandatory data breach notification into Australian law. This change has significantly increased the importance of strong cyber security for businesses.

Once the mandatory data breach notification came into effect, any business that suffers unauthorised access, disclosure or loss of personal information that is likely to cause serious harm will be required to notify the privacy commissioner and the data subject. Hear from Patrick Fair, partner at Baker McKenzie and cyber security expert, who will cover the substance of this change, how it ... More Info >

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The College of Law

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Non-Member: $60.00

Member: $54.00

Once the mandatory data breach notification came into effect, any business that suffers unauthorised access, disclosure or loss of personal information that is likely to cause serious harm will be required to notify the privacy commissioner and the data subject. Hear from Patrick Fair, partner at Baker McKenzie and cyber security expert, who will cover the substance of this change, how it works in practice and what practitioners need to do.

Completion of this seminar will earn you 0.5 CPD unit.
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