Thursday 20th February 2014
Duration: 2 hours
Significant changes to Australian privacy laws will be rolled out by March 2014. Will your clients be ready? This presentation will examine what you need to know about the new privacy regime, including:
- Who will be affected?
- The introduction of a unified set of Australian Privacy Principles
- The introduction of data breach notices – what are they and what do you need to know?
- Changes needed to privacy policies
- What information should you provide to individuals when collecting personal information?
- What is a privacy compliance program and what do you need to include?
- What changes do you need to make to your direct marketing practices?
- Implications for clients using offshore data storage or processing
- The Privacy Commissioner’s new powers
- How to conduct a privacy audit
This webinar is suitable for: Lawyers and in-house Counsel, all States and territories
PRESENTED BY: Ian Lockhart, Partner, MinterEllison, Brisbane
Ian Lockhart has industry-leading credentials and expertise in the highly specialised areas of corporate finance and regulatory and compliance law. Acting for Australian and foreign banks, credit unions, government and listed entities, Ian’s regulatory advisory practice spans consumer credit, privacy, anti-money laundering and counter terrorism financing.
As a corporate finance expert, Ian is also a leading practitioner in corporate syndicated lending, acquisition and leveraged finance, debt reconstruction and loan renegotiation, with particular expertise in retirement village funding. He is a long-standing advisor to both public and private sector clients, amongst them Australia’s ‘big four’ major banks and major corporate borrowers.
Ian is a regular speaker, author and media commentator on wide-ranging regulatory, compliance and credit policy issues affecting financiers and borrowers as well as regulators.
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