What do the NZ privacy law changes mean for your organisation?

Wednesday, 23 September 2020


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June 2020 saw new privacy legislation pass through Parliament, ushering in a new legal framework and regime for the protection of information. The key change for most organisations under the new regime will be the requirement to report on serious privacy breaches. This measure means that if organisations have a privacy breach that poses a risk of serious harm, they are required to notify the Privacy Commissioner and affected parties.

With the new legislation coming into effect on December 1st, 2020, Graeme Crombie, Corporate Partner at Lane Neave joins us to outline the legislative change and what it means for you and your organisation. Connon Daly will then discuss how your I.T. security posture can be improved to mitigate the risk of a breach.

In this webinar we will cover:

– Key changes to the Information Privacy Principles
– Mandatory reporting of data breaches, including fines
– Privacy Commissioner’s new compliance power
– How functions in Microsoft 365 can help keep your data safe
– What organisations need to do now

With the December 1st 2020 deadline quickly approaching, this webinar is a “must-attend” for all organisations in our network.

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