Thursday 1 August 2019
In an information economy, data is the new gold. The computing analytics power of Big Data promises much, but its value cannot be realised without customer trust.
This webinar, by leading privacy practitioner Anna Johnston, will draw together global research into the factors that influence customer trust, and our own experience guiding clients through advanced analytics and business intelligence projects, to offer a framework for balancing business objectives with legal and ethical concerns about Big Data.
Register for this webinar and gain an understanding of how to gain the social licence needed to use data effectively.
Using plain language and evidence-based insights, this webinar will assist you to:
- create a framework for thinking about privacy risks and the harms to avoid
- understand shifting attitudes towards privacy issues, and
- anticipate the factors that will impact on trust and social licence for Big Data projects.
Presented by our Director Anna Johnston, who is acknowledged as one of Australia’s foremost experts on privacy law and practice. With qualifications in law, public policy and management, and more than 20 years’ experience in legal, policy and research roles, Anna brings a breadth of perspectives and a wealth of experience to dealing with privacy and data governance issues.
Facilitated by our Privacy Learning Manager Andrea Calleia. Andrea has extensive experience in the learning and development field, and has specialised in privacy training since 2003 when she managed the education program for the NSW Privacy Commissioner’s Office. Andrea brings her privacy expertise through her work with the Federal and state-based regulators and can translate this into a pragmatic approach to balancing privacy compliance with everyday practicalities. Andrea manages our eLearning program and delivers most of our face to face training.
Thursday 1 August 2019
Midday – 1pm AEDT*
Cost: A$99 including GST
* The webinar starts at 12 noon Sydney/Canberra/Melbourne/Brisbane, or 10am Pert, or 2pm in New Zealand.
Please note registrations close 12 hours before the webinar.
If you are interested in other webinar topics or would like us to deliver a webinar for your organisation, please contact us.