New mandatory data breach reporting requirements came into effect on February 22, 2018 for Australian businesses under the Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.
Do you know what this means for your business? Find out what you need to know…now, and start getting your business #NDBReady!
Join us Tuesday March 27 from 8am to find out what the new compliance requirements mean for how you collect, store, access and use data in you business, PLUS what you need to do to get Notifiable Data Breach Scheme ready now!
Maxsum is proud to be joined by industry security leader and Maxsum partner Sophos, and Melbourne-based digital-age law firm, Rankin & Co Business Lawyers to provide our valued partners, clients and contacts an expert introduction to:
- The Latest Cyber-Threat Landscape
- The NDB Scheme Requirements
- Data Breach Definitions & Mandatory Reporting Processes
- Managing Data as a Premium Business Asset
- Disaster Recovery Planning Guidance
According to the latest estimates, nearly half of Australian businesses are underprepared for the introduction of mandatory data breach reporting under the new scheme. Entities must now notify of an eligible data breach, and will need to have a response and communication plan in place for dealing with actual and suspected breaches. Penalties for failure to comply with the new requirements will be up to $1.8 million for businesses.
Can you afford to not get a data breach response plan in place ?
Don’t miss out! This was a sell-out session last month. Protect your data assets and get ahead of the rest by getting your business #NDBReady today!
Join Maxsum and partners on Tuesday March 27 to find out what your business needs to know about the Notifiable Data Breach Scheme.
DATE & TIME: Tuesday March 27, 2018 8am – 9:30am
VENUE: Green Acres Golf Club, 51 Elm Grove, Kew East VIC 3102. (Parking available.)
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