LawFest is designed for all legal professionals with an interest in innovation and leveraging technology. You will hear from those that are innovating and explore opportunities to help you transform how legal services are delivered, for today and the future.
The world is seeing exponential growth in the technology and information space, and with this growth comes new and unexpected challenges. Privacy and the right to understand when, why, and how our personal data is being used has been pushed front-of-mind for most people, particularly in the wake of events like the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the Marriott International breach.
Recognising the risks of getting the media and PR strategy right in a data breach event is crucial. You can catch up on our recent event hosted by Gilbert +Tobin with iappANZ and guest panellists, Renee Bertuch, Managing Director, Cannings - Strategic Communications, Tim Gole, Partner, Gilbert+ Tobin and Melissa Coade, Senior Journalist, NSW Law Society. You can view the video here and you can read more about Renée’s top tips here for managing your organisation’s reputation (read here); as Renee says – ‘Don’t let your first response become the second crisis.’
Special guests – David Fricker, Director-General of the National Archives and Nigel Phair, Director of UNSW Cyber, Canberra led an interactive discussion about the challenges and best practices to govern and secure information in light of Australia’s Digital Continuity 2020 Policy, the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme, and the new Australian Government’s Agencies Privacy Code.
Roundtable discussion led by Advisory Board member, Melanie Marks to discuss Privacy and Trust Read the article here
This roundtable was led by Linda Zakman, Director, NAA and Susan Bennett and discussed the National Archives of Australia’s Information management and data capabilities tool released for consultation with the final version to be released in December 2018.
InfoGovANZ and Nuix have come together to share in the discussion around data privacy and governance and what it means for Australian Enterprises. Join us for an intimate lunch event where we open the discussion to the audience and tackle some questions around data privacy, compliance and managing security.
Advisory Board member, Dr Peter Chapman led a roundtable discussing:
Information benefits and risks posed by Cloud adoption (upside/downside)
Best practice standards, governance and frameworks
An evening with Jason R. Baron 'Presidential tweets, Self-destructing messages and the use of Shadow IT as the 'new normal': The need for Information Governance more than ever'
An evening with Jason R. Baron
'Presidential tweets, Self-destructing messages and the use of Shadow IT as the 'new normal': The need for Information Governance more than ever'
Leading Information Governance: Information Innovation@UTS and InfoGovANZ event
NZ Privacy and Data Protection Roundtable held in Wellington on 9 March 2018