|Speaker||Rachel Dixon, Privacy and Data Protection Deputy Commissioner, OVIC|
|Date||6 Apr 2020|
Substantive Law: 1.0
The Information Privacy Principles and How They Relate to Working in the Time of COVID-19
This one hour CPD seminar is designed to help you identify and guide you through the essential issues to focus on and how to manage your clients and risks.
During this session a leading practitioner will focus on the major issues and answer your questions including:
- How we work now – challenges in privacy and information security
- To track or not to track – what does anonymity mean in the context of a pandemic and the need for data on infection
- Public sector use of technology
- Videoconferencing – free may be (again) the enemy of good. Why IPP2, IPP4, and IPP9 are important right now
- Webinars and training – IPP 8 and IPP 9 and what they mean for online access
- During the pandemic, the public will access systems online more than ever before – what IPP 1, IPP 2, IPP4, IPP6, IPP8, IPP9 and IPP10 mean for agencies and contractors.
- Privacy is an enabler, not a barrier to progress
Presented by: Rachel Dixon, Privacy and Data Protection Deputy Commissioner, OVIC
What is included:
* This Webcast does not allow WA practitioners to claim CPD points