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Step by Step Guide to Managing Notifiable Data Breaches

In our previous insight, we discussed the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme (NBD) which was established by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OIAC) in 2018. Although complying with the scheme can be complicated, it is important you understand your obligations under the NBD. If you fail to report a data breach, the OAIC may

2021-09-06T16:28:46+10:00September 6th, 2021|

COVID-19 Vaccination Rollout Concerns

As part of the Australian Government’s response to COVID-19, a nationwide vaccination program is being rolled out in stages to support access to, and delivery of, safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines and treatments for all Australians (Program). The first stage of the program will treat certain high priority populations (including quarantine, border and front line

2021-09-10T16:30:30+10:00June 7th, 2021|

Setting your organisation up for privacy compliance

It’s Privacy Awareness Week! Privacy Awareness Week is an annual initiative of the Australian Office of the Information Commissioner that aims to helps organisations, agencies and the general public navigate the privacy landscape and better understand how they can help protect personal information. Sainty Law is a proud supporter of Privacy Awareness Week. The below

2021-09-06T16:01:55+10:00May 7th, 2021|

Diversity Surveys: What Employers Need to Know

In 2019, Diversity Council Australia conducted a survey of 3,000 Australian workers which revealed that 75% of those surveyed support their employer taking action to create a diverse and inclusive workplace. Diversity surveys have become an increasingly popular tool for employers to drive the diversity and inclusivity workers are after. While the Racial Discrimination Act

2021-09-10T16:58:17+10:00April 22nd, 2021|

The First Line of Defence Against Cyber Criminals

In this blog, we discuss the importance of organisational culture to cyber resilience and security. While technical safeguards are important, the rise of social engineering as a method of breaching an organisation’s security means that technical solutions alone are likely to be ineffective.  Consequently, employees are often your organisation’s first line of defence to

2017-12-14T12:19:34+11:00September 11th, 2017|
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