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Cyber Risk, Data Breaches and the NDB Scheme – What are the Australian Privacy Commissioner’s range of powers?

The Notifiable Data Breach Scheme (NDB Scheme) came into force on 22 February 2018, resulting in various changes to Australia’s privacy law. In previous posts, we have considered: the nature and contents of notification statements; how to identify which data breaches need to be notified; the steps to be taken when an organisation suspects a … Continue reading

Data breach of jointly held information: who is responsible?

The Notifiable Data Breach Scheme (NDB Scheme) came into force on 22 February 2018, resulting in various changes to Australia’s privacy law.  In previous posts, we have considered the nature and contents of notification statements, how to identify which data breaches need to be notified, and the steps to be taken when an organisation suspects … Continue reading

Suspicious of a data breach? You’ve got 30 days to finish your assessment

The Notifiable Data Breach Scheme (NDB Scheme) came into force on 22 February 2018, resulting in various changes to Australia’s privacy law. In previous posts, we have considered the nature and contents of notification statements, and how to identify which data breaches need to be notified. Those posts set out the notification requirements where an … Continue reading

Data Breach Notification is now the law – Preparing a Notification Statement

The day has arrived. 22 February 2018. After years of debate and plentiful discussion, Australia now has a notifiable data breach scheme (NDB Scheme). As a result there are various changes to privacy law in Australia and it is important for all organisations to know whether the new laws impact their business and how to … Continue reading
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