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An initiative of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, Privacy Awareness Week highlights the importance of protecting personal information and helps organisations navigate the privacy landscape.

To mark the importance of this week, Baker McKenzie has partnered with Protiviti to launch a series of podcasts that explore how organisations are making compliance with privacy laws a priority, particularly in the key areas of how they approach data mapping, manage privacy risks and deal with data breaches.


Presented by Toby Patten, Baker McKenzie Partner, and Hanneke Catts, Director of Technology Consulting at Protiviti, episode 1 discusses the main privacy risks and how organisations are actioning these, as well as looks at how organisations are implementing a privacy by design approach and ensuring their privacy policies are fit for purpose.

Related podcasts

Episode 1: Australia: Privacy –¬†What are the risks and how to safeguard against these?

Presented by Toby Patten, Baker McKenzie Partner, and Hanneke Catts, Director of Technology Consulting at Protiviti, episode 1 discusses the main privacy risks and how organisations are actioning these, as well as looks at how organisations are implementing a privacy by design approach and ensuring their privacy policies are fit for purpose.

Related podcasts

Episode 2 Australia: Data breaches – What have we learnt from the mandatory data breach notification scheme? (Podcast)

Episode 3 Australia: Data mapping – The ins and outs (Podcast)

Author

Adrian Lawrence is the head of the Firm's Asia Pacific Technology, Media & Telecommunications Group. He is a partner in the Sydney office of Baker McKenzie where he advises on media, intellectual property and information technology, providing advice in relation to major issues relating to the online and offline media interests. He is recognised as a leading Australian media and telecommunications lawyer.

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Toby Patten is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Technology and Healthcare teams in Melbourne. He joined the Firm in March 2005.

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