The Privacy Act 2020 introduced mandatory reporting for serious privacy breaches, new obligations around transferring personal information to other countries, and gives the Privacy Commissioner increased compliance and enforcement powers.
Globally, the trend is towards even greater consumer privacy rights, with privacy laws such as the GDPR impacting many NZ businesses. On top of all of this, technology is constantly introducing new privacy challenges for Privacy Officers to manage.
Presented in an interactive, workshop setting, this workshop will provide new Privacy Officers with useful and practical advice to assist them with common Privacy Officer responsibilities such as developing a privacy programme, staff training, access requests, privacy impact assessments, and privacy breach response.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
The workshop is an introductory course, aimed at new Privacy Officers.
WHAT DO PEOPLE SAY ABOUT IT?
Information was relevant and content about right for all levels of understanding in the room. Particularly liked the no fuss presentation and the pace.
Relaxed style, small diverse group enabling questions.
Very friendly and at a great level – specific without being overwhelming.
Although it was an online training session it was very interactive. Everyone seemed to be willing to share their views.
WHO IS PRESENTING?
The workshop will be presented by Emma Pond of Simply Privacy. Emma has 18+ years of practical privacy experience, and works hard to provide pragmatic and useful privacy advice to her clients – and her client’s Privacy Officers.
If an in person event is unable to go ahead for Covid 19 related reasons then the event will be moved on line.
Please contact Emma Pond at email@example.com if you have any questions about these workshops, or want to discuss other training options (including providing training in-house).