“With the digitisation of everything, rising surveillance capitalism, intensive national security monitoring and large intelligence gathering activities, organizational boards worldwide have moved beyond seeing privacy as just a compliance line item.” This is the main premise of Malcolm Crompton and Michael Trovato’s guide for boards, “The New Governance of Data and Privacy” to be published by the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD). The book shows why privacy governance is a top line strategic and compliance issue for boards. The book then sets out a framework for boards to lead and direct privacy governance in their organisation.
Please join us for a panel discussion around the board’s role and actions.
Facilitated by Veronica Scott, Special Counsel at Minter Ellison
Date: Tue, 4 December 2018
Location: Holding Redlich
st VIC 3000, Australia
ABOUT OUR PANELLISTS
Kathleen Bailey-Lord FAICD
Non-Executive Director, QBE Insurance (ANZ); Melbourne Water Corporation; Monash College
An experienced company director, Kathleen currently serves on the boards of QBE Insurance (Aust Pacific), Melbourne Water Corporation and Monash College. She is an active member of both Chief Executive Women(CEW) and the AICD where she is a member of the Victorian Council and Technology & Innovation Panel.
Kathleen is passionate about the opportunities for business and society in the digital age and enjoys nudging businesses forward to embrace the digital age – whether large corporate, SME, government enterprise and NFP.
During her international senior executive career, Kathleen led businesses in technology (IBM), professional services (legal and accounting) and financial services (ANZ Bank, Fordham Group) across Australasia and Asia. A mother of two delightful young adults who keep her well and truly grounded and reasonably educated in fashion and jazz.
Jana Katerinskaja, Head of Privacy, Senior Legal Counsel of Medibank
Jana has more than twenty years of experience as a senior regulatory risk and compliance professional, regulator, and lead investigator dealing with privacy and data security, integrity and financial crime. As Head of Privacy at Medibank Jana has been responsible for reforming the privacy function to be highly visible and proactive, and driving cultural change initiatives so embed privacy as an integral part of employee’s roles and thinking rather than a reactive compliance requirement.
Malcolm Crompton AM, FAICD, CIPP, Founder and Lead Privacy Advisor to Information Integrity Solutions Pty Ltd (IIS)
Malcolm is the Founder and Lead Privacy Advisor of IIS. His global reputation is built on forward thinking about the handling and governance of personal information.
As Australia’s Privacy Commissioner from 1999 to 2004, Malcolm led the implementation of the nation’s first broad based private sector privacy law.
In 2008 Malcolm was founding President of the International Association of Privacy Professionals Australia New Zealand (iappANZ). He was a Director of the global association, IAPP, from 2007 to 2011. He has been a member of advisory bodies around the world, including the European Union, the USA, OECD and APEC as well as large global companies such as Microsoft and IBM.
In his earlier career, Malcolm was in the Senior Executive Service in the Department of Finance in Canberra.
He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2016.
Mike Trovato, Managing Director of IIS
As an outcome-oriented, internationally recognised cyber security, privacy, risk, and technology leader, Mike has served in board and executive roles to balance risk, investment, and compliance to protect value, brand, and reputation while driving innovation. He also invests in and qualifies innovative privacy and cyber security solutions.
Currently he is Information Integrity Solutions, Managing Director; and Internal Consulting Group (ICG), Global Practice Leader Cyber Security. Former roles include EY Cyber Security Asia Pacific, Oceania, and FSO Practice Lead Partner; NAB Group, GM Technology Risk and Security; KPMG, Northeast US Partner Information Risk Management; Salomon Brothers, Senior Internal Auditor; and MasterCard International, Principal, Program Omni.
He is an AISA and ISACA Melbourne Chapter Board Director, and a Member of the National Standing Committee on Digital Trade.
Post-nominals: Certified information Systems Manager (CISM); Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA); Graduate, Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD)
ABOUT OUR FACILITATOR
Veronica Scott, Special Counsel, MinterEllison
Veronica is Special Counsel in law firm MinterEllison and heads its National Privacy Group. She advises on legal issues and risks in relation to all forms of data, content and communications. These include the protection of and rights in data, information privacy laws (including the European GDPR), confidentiality, health records, research projects, marketing, tracking and surveillance laws, cyber and data security, cyber liability, data breach and crisis management. She helps clients respond to the opportunities and impact of digital disruption and technologies to develop strategies, policies and procedures in relation to data and data governance to ensure clients can meet their legal obligations, manage risk and innovate.