28 July 2021
Victoria’s Information Commissioner highlighted the findings and recommendations from the Examination of Victorian universities’ privacy and security policies report.
The protection of information by universities has come under focus in recent years as a number of Australian universities have been subject to cybersecurity attacks. These attacks highlight the risks posed by data breaches and the potential impact on thousands of students, staff and research participants. This led to an examination into the policies and procedures that Victorian universities have implemented to protect the personal information that they hold from loss and misuse.
The Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner released its report on 29 June 2021, making a number of findings including that not all universities have clear policies and procedures to guide staff to destroy personal information when it is no longer needed, and some do not have written guidance about sharing personal information with third parties to support staff to consider information security risks.
Date: July 28, 2021
Start time: 12:00 AEST
End time: 01:00 AEST
Venue: Zoom Webinar
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