Join this 60-minute online seminar to learn how you can secure your company against data breach.
Recent changes in our working environment have led to heightened privacy and cyber security risks. As COVID-19 has seen most workers transition to working remotely, organisations are finding it challenging to safely manage personal information and avoid data breach. With working from home likely to be a lasting trend, it is important that organisations are confident in how to address these privacy challenges.
This practical online seminar will provide attendees with information about their key legal responsibilities in managing personal information, highlighting the significant risks in a work-from-home environment. Attendees will acquire both the tools to avoid a data breach in the first place as well as the fundamental steps to deal with a breach if it does happen. They will also have the opportunity to ask questions through a live Q&A session.
This online seminar is led by Kaela Hughes, Senior Lawyer – Training | Not for Profit Law, Justice Connect and Mae Tanner, Manager – Training | Not for Profit Law, Justice Connect
Kaela Hughes and Mae Tanner are lawyers with Justice Connect’s Not for Profit Law service. Kaela and Mae have worked with Justice Connect since 2015 and 2016 respectively, training and advising not-for-profits on a range of legal issues. Both lawyers have a special interest in privacy law and have delivered tailored privacy training and legal advice on privacy compliance to hundreds of charities and NFPs across Australia.
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