Interpreting Australia's Privacy Act Amendments

From March 12, 2014, Australian organisations will need to comply with a revised Privacy Act.

The new act has particularly important implications for any business that hold data on a large numbers of consumers - such as telecommunications providers and utilities, retailers, marketing agencies and loyalty programs, media organisations and logistics companies.

In early December 2013, iTnews and SC Magazine hosted a workshop in Sydney to help map what system changes will be required for compliance with the new Act.

The working group has now completed a detailed report for CIOs and CSOs. Please register below to receive a free copy of this report on the date it is published.

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