Is your organisation ready to hit the ground running under Australia’s new privacy regime?
In less than 48 hours, the process of overhauling Australia’s privacy laws will come full circle, as business and government agencies ready themselves for the new privacy regime that will take effect from 12 March 2014.
The new regime represents the biggest change to privacy laws in more than two decades and follows an extensive review and transition period.
With so much lead time, the privacy commissioner has indicated that affected organisations will be expected to ‘hit the ground running’ in terms of demonstrating substantial compliance with the new laws. Below are the key changes that will have the greatest impact on clients from day one…
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