Australian privacy toolbox for the technology sector
By Alec Christie
The new Australian Privacy Principles attempt to keep pace with changing technology, emerging privacy issues and developments in privacy law in Australia and internationally.
This ‘Toolbox’ will help you prepare for the increased focus on privacy compliance and the increasing emphasis on privacy in respect of big data, cloud and tech products that are now provided in many industries, particularly the financial services sector.
It will also assist you to tune up your Australian privacy processes and policies in readiness for the new Australian Privacy Principles, which become effective from 12 March 2014…
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