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Privacy briefing: are you keeping your customers' data safe?

Privacy briefing: are you keeping your customers' data safe?

How confident are you that your business has a compliant privacy framework to protect your data and, most importantly, your customer information?

Don’t leave it to chance. Find out how to comply with Australia’s increasingly complex privacy laws at the inaugural ITPA Breakfast Briefing in Sydney on 16 October.

You’ll join industry experts and your IT peers to learn about best-practice methodologies and hear about real-life privacy case studies.

When: 7.30–10:00 am, 16 October 2019

Where: The Green Moustache, 100 Miller St, North Sydney

Cost: FREE for ITPA Professional Members, and only $44 for ITPA Associate Members and other IT professionals.

Seating is strictly limited and time is running out — CLICK HERE to reserve your place.

Our expert panel for the Breakfast Briefing will comprise:

  • Anna Johnston, one of Australia’s most respected experts in privacy law and practice. After serving as Deputy Privacy Commissioner for NSW, Anna founded Salinger Privacy in 2004 to offer specialist privacy consulting and training services.
  • Phil Kernick, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of CQR Consulting, an independent information security consultancy in Australia. Phil has 25 years of experience in information security and technology.
  • William Shipway, an information technology security and risk professional with several decades of experience across public and private sectors. William currently manages the IT Security and Risk team for Service NSW, within the NSW Department of Customer Service.

Who should attend? IT managers, CSOs, CIOs, data privacy managers, system administrators, DevOps experts, and all IT professionals concerned about privacy compliance.

Don’t miss this important inaugural ITPA Breakfast Briefing — CLICK HERE to reserve your place.

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