Past Events

Past Events

Privacy After Hours: Cyber Crime and Social Engineering - Detecting, Reponding and Understanding Incidents

TOPIC: Privacy After Hours:
Cyber Crime and Social Engineering – Detecting, Reponding and Understanding Incidents

Cyber Security, and the ability to quickly detect, respond and understand security incidents is critical to protecting an organisations information assets.  In this session, Paul Black, a Partner in the KPMG Forensic Practice specialising in Technology and Cyber Incident Response will provide his valuable insights into:

  • The tools, techniques and processes used by Cyber Criminals
  • Social engineering – the people problem
  • The real world impact of cybercrime and its impact on Australian business

In addition, Kelly Henny, KPMG Australia’s Head of Data privacy will discuss the key questions executives should be asking in order to tackle the increasing threat of cyber security and what common controls should be embedded throughout organisations.

 

DATE:  Tuesday, 13th November 2018
REGISTRATION: 5:15pm
TIME: 5:30pm-7:00pm
LOCATION: KPMG Brisbane, L16, 71 Eagle St, Brisbane City QLD

Data Breaches: Media Influence - PR tips and Traps

TOPIC: Date Breaches: Media Influence – PR tips and Traps

When your organisation, or your client, is faced with a data breach, getting the media and public relations strategy right is crucial.  No matter how well you interact with relevant regulators and affected individuals, if you get your media and public relations strategy wrong, the fallout can cost you dearly.  Recognising these risks, iappANZ and InfoGovANZ invite you to hear from our panel of media and public relations experts on their tips and traps for avoiding data breach public relations fails.  The discussion will cover:

  • Common data breach public relations fails – and how to avoid them
  • Dealing with journalists and the media – what you need to know
  • Managing stakeholders – and how these communications can affect your public relations strategy
  • Media and public relations strategy – keeping your strategy appropriate, timely and relevant

 

DATE: Monday, 12 November 2018
SEMINAR TIME: 5.30-7.30pm
VENUE: Gilbert + Tobin
L35, Tower Two, International Towers, Sydney
200 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaro

iappANZ Summit

TOPIC: Summit

DATE: Thursday, 1 November (Day 1)
SEMINAR TIME: 8:00am – 5:00pm
VENUE: ZINC Federation Square, Federation Square Swanston St &, Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

 

DATE: Friday, 2 November (Day 2)
SEMINAR TIME: 8:00am – 3:30pm
VENUE: KPMG, 1 Collins Square, Docklands, VIC

iappANZ Annual General Meeting

TOPIC: Annual General Meeting

DATE: Thursday, 1 November
SEMINAR TIME: 7:00am – 8:00am
VENUE: ZINC Federation Square, Federation Square Swanston St &, Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

The future is here – will privacy keep up?

TOPIC: The future is here – will privacy keep up?

DATE: Wednesday, 18 October
SEMINAR TIME: 5:30am – 7:30am
VENUE:EY, Level 9, 2 Takutai Square, Auckland

 

About the Presenters

Shona Grundy is the Director of Commercial Operations at Soul Machines, a ground-breaking high tech company of AI researchers, neuroscientists, psychologists, artists and innovative thinkers that creates life-like, emotionally responsive artificial humans with personality and character. Their vision is to humanize artificial intelligence to better humanity, using neural networks that combine biologically inspired models of the human brain and key sensory networks to create a virtual central nervous system.

 

Jerome Faury is Group GM at Centrality, a global leader in building blockchain-based ecosystems.  In 2017, Centrality sold over $100 million of its digital token (CENNZ) in less than 6 mins. One of Centrality’s decentralised Apps is SingleSource, a blockchain identity solution that allows direct verification of NZ passports, citizenships and drivers’ licences and is now an official Identity Confirmation Service intermediary for the Department of Internal Affairs.

Wellington: A chat with new Assistant Privacy Commissioner, Jon Duffy

TOPIC: Wellington: A chat with new Assistant Privacy Commissioner, Jon Duffy
DATE: Wednesday, 3 October
SEMINAR TIME: 5:30am – 7:30am
VENUE: EY, Level 21, 100 Willis St, Wellington

 

About Jon Duffy

Jon is the Assistant Commissioner (Policy & Operations) at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner. Prior to that Jon spent a number of years as the Head of Trust & Safety at plucky New Zealand internet start-up, Trade Me. Jon is a current member of the Consumer NZ Board and sits on the Cert NZ Establishment Advisory Board. Jon has been on the Netsafe Board since 2011 and is Deputy Chair.

Auckland: Privacy by Design and Other Hot Privacy Topics

TOPIC: Auckland: Privacy by Design and Other Hot Privacy Topics
DATE: Wednesday 26 September
SEMINAR TIME: 5:30am – 7:30am
VENUE: CISCO, Level 3, 152 Fanshawe St, Auckland

 

About Michelle Dennedy

Michelle is the VP and Chief Privacy Officer at Cisco, and co-author of The Privacy Engineer’s Manifesto, Getting from Policy to Code to QA to Value (ApressOpen 2014). Michelle works to raise awareness and create tools that promote privacy, quality, integrity, respect and asset level possibilities for data. Michelle is passionate about data privacy and protection, and for building better technology that matters.

Professor Joseph Cannataci is Head of the Department of Information Policy & Governance at the Faculty of Media & Knowledge Sciences, University of Malta. Amongst his many accolades, Prof. Cannataci is the Chair of European Information Policy & Technology Law at the University of Groningen in  The Netherlands and is an Adjunct Professor at the Security Research Institute & School of Computer and Security Science, Edith Cowan University here in Australia.

Prof. Cannataci has also served as both Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council of Europe’s (CoE) Commmittee of Experts on Data Protection 1992-1998, Working Parties on: Data Protection and New technologies (1995-2000);  Data Protection & Insurance (1994-1998); CoE Rapporteur on Data Protection and Police (1993; 2010; 2012); and CoE Expert Consultant on Data Protection and Cybercrime (2012-2014).

In addition to his work with the CoE, Prof. Cannataci has held the titles of Chairman and Vice Chairman of the UNESCO Expert Consultant on Privacy & Transparency on the Internet (2015); and Scientific Co-ordinator of multiple EU FP7 & H2020 research projects focussing on privacy.

In 2002 Prof. Cannataci was decorated by the Republic of France as Officier de l’Ordre de Palmes Academiques.

His latest book The Individual and Privacy was published by Ashgate in March 2015.

ExtraOrdinary General Meeting

TOPIC: Extraordinary General Meeting
DATE: Friday 7 September, 2018
SEMINAR TIME: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
VENUE: Minter Ellison, Governor Macquarie Tower,
1 Farrer Place, Sydney NSW 2000

 

Prof Joseph Cannataci in Melbourne

TOPIC: The International Privacy Scene & Australia
DATE: Wednesday 1 August
SEMINAR TIME: 7:30am – 9:00am
VENUE: KPMG, Level 36, Tower Two, Collins Square, 727 Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3008

 

About Prof Joseph Cannataci

Professor Joseph Cannataci is Head of the Department of Information Policy & Governance at the Faculty of Media & Knowledge Sciences, University of Malta. Amongst his many accolades, Prof. Cannataci is the Chair of European Information Policy & Technology Law at the University of Groningen in  The Netherlands and is an Adjunct Professor at the Security Research Institute & School of Computer and Security Science, Edith Cowan University here in Australia.

Prof. Cannataci has also served as both Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council of Europe’s (CoE) Commmittee of Experts on Data Protection 1992-1998, Working Parties on: Data Protection and New technologies (1995-2000);  Data Protection & Insurance (1994-1998); CoE Rapporteur on Data Protection and Police (1993; 2010; 2012); and CoE Expert Consultant on Data Protection and Cybercrime (2012-2014).

In addition to his work with the CoE, Prof. Cannataci has held the titles of Chairman and Vice Chairman of the UNESCO Expert Consultant on Privacy & Transparency on the Internet (2015); and Scientific Co-ordinator of multiple EU FP7 & H2020 research projects focussing on privacy.

In 2002 Prof. Cannataci was decorated by the Republic of France as Officier de l’Ordre de Palmes Academiques.

His latest book The Individual and Privacy was published by Ashgate in March 2015.

Privacy After Hours. AUCKLAND.

DATE: Tuesday 31st July
TIME: 5.30pm – 7.30pm
REGISTRATIONS: 5.30pm
PANEL: 6.00pm – 6.30pm
NETWORKING: 6.30pm – 7.30pm
VENUE: EY, 2 Takutai Square, Britomart, Auckland

 

Jacqui Peace, Air NZ’s Chief Privacy Officer, will lead the panel discussion with Vodafone’s Privacy and Data Governance Officer Bec Holdsworth and Air NZ’s Senior Privacy Officer Tony Collins.  Panelist details are below. 

Jacqui Peace: Jacqui leads the global privacy function for Air NZ. Before this, Jacqui advised on privacy and data protection matters and implemented global privacy programmes for over ten years. Previous roles have included Head of Information Governance, GE Capital (covering the EMEA region) and independent privacy advisor for BP Ltd and Standard Chartered Bank, all based in London. When she returned to New Zealand in 2014 she provided independent consulting services covering biometric and immigration related privacy matters and conducted high risk privacy impact assessments for government agencies. Jacqui is also Board Director and Secretary for iappANZ and has been a global member of IAPP since 2010.

Bec Holdsworth: Bec’s career to date spans a number of industries (aviation, hospitality, telecommunications) and a range of disciplines (operations, planning, general management and HR). Bec has a wide range of personal and professional interests including being the Chair of the Asylum Seekers Support Trust, a charitable organisation which offers shelter, food and social services to asylum seekers and refugees. In relation to privacy, Bec is very focused on delivering a scalable, pragmatic privacy programme at Vodafone – one which allows all stakeholders the opportunity to build customer trust and achieve compliance without complaining!  Bec is also the current convenor of the Auckland Privacy Officers Round Table.

Tony Collins: Tony is a privacy professional with experience in the public and private sectors identifying and managing privacy risks. As Air NZ’s Senior Privacy Officer, Tony is responsible for the day to day management of Air NZ’s privacy compliance. Before joining Air NZ, Tony was an investigator with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, then Privacy Officer for Sovereign Insurance. Tony has an LLB from AUT and BSc/BCom from the University of Auckland.

An exclusive event with Prof Joseph Cannataci. SYDNEY.

TOPIC: The International Privacy Scene & Australia
DATE: Monday 23 July
SEMINAR TIME: 5.00pm – 7.00pm
VENUE: Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
Colonial Theatre (Tower 1), 201 Sussex Street, Sydney NSW 2000

 

About Prof Joseph Cannataci

Professor Joseph Cannataci is Head of the Department of Information Policy & Governance at the Faculty of Media & Knowledge Sciences, University of Malta. Amongst his many accolades, Prof. Cannataci is the Chair of European Information Policy & Technology Law at the University of Groningen in  The Netherlands and is an Adjunct Professor at the Security Research Institute & School of Computer and Security Science, Edith Cowan University here in Australia.

Prof. Cannataci has also served as both Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Council of Europe’s (CoE) Commmittee of Experts on Data Protection 1992-1998, Working Parties on: Data Protection and New technologies (1995-2000);  Data Protection & Insurance (1994-1998); CoE Rapporteur on Data Protection and Police (1993; 2010; 2012); and CoE Expert Consultant on Data Protection and Cybercrime (2012-2014).

In addition to his work with the CoE, Prof. Cannataci has held the titles of Chairman and Vice Chairman of the UNESCO Expert Consultant on Privacy & Transparency on the Internet (2015); and Scientific Co-ordinator of multiple EU FP7 & H2020 research projects focussing on privacy.

In 2002 Prof. Cannataci was decorated by the Republic of France as Officier de l’Ordre de Palmes Academiques.

His latest book The Individual and Privacy was published by Ashgate in March 2015

GDPR for Government: How does it impact the public sector and why should you care? WELLINGTON.

DATE: Monday 23rd July
TIME: 5.00pm – 7.00pm

REGISTRATIONS: 5.00pm

PANEL: 5.30pm – 6.00pm

NETWORKING: 6.00pm – 7.00pm
VENUE:KPMG, 10 Customhouse Quay, Wellington

The panel discussion will be led by Government Chief Privacy Officer Russell Cooke.

Panel also includes Philip Whitmore, and Caroline Carver. Details of their expertise below. 
Russell Cooke: Russell is the Acting Government Chief Privacy Officer.  He leads an all-of-government approach to privacy, supporting public sector privacy practice.  Russell joined the Department of Internal Affairs in late 2014, leading the team that manages strategic relationships between the Government Chief Digital Officer (GCDO) and government agencies.

Before this, Russell was the Chief information Officer at New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), which manages the New Zealand Qualifications Framework and administers the secondary school assessment system, including running the annual National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) and Scholarship examinations processes. Russell was involved with the establishment of NZQA’s Future State strategy. 

Philip Whitmore: Philip leads KPMG’s Cyber Security Services and Technology Risk practices in New Zealand. He has over 20 years hands on cyber security, IT risk and privacy experience in New Zealand, and throughout the wider Asia Pacific region. Philip sits on the boards and steering committees for a range of professional and industry bodies, including ISACA and ISC2.

Caroline Carver: Caroline is the founder and TwoBlackLabs’ Principal Consultant. She is a Privacy and Data Protection Risk professional with experience in both the public and private sectors. Caroline is currently the only IAPP qualified Fellow of Information Privacy in New Zealand. She is an IAPP Certified Privacy Professional Europe (CIPP/E), Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) and Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT).

Caroline is a leading expert in the European Union’s General Data Protect Regulation (GDPR). She currently works as a Data Protection Officer for a number of New Zealand clients and is also assisting others with their GDPR journey.

Personal information data breaches – tales from the trenches. BRISBANE.

DATE: Tuesday 17 July
TIME: 5.30pm – 6.30pm
VENUE: MinterEllison
Level 22, Waterfront Place
1 Eagle Place
Brisbane 4000

Personal information data breaches – tales from the trenches. SYDNEY.

DATE: Monday 9 July
TIME: 10am – 11am
VENUE:MinterEllison
Level 40, Governor Macquarie Tower
1 Farrer Place
Sydney 2000

Privacy: From principles to practice - How to achieve the gold standard. ADELAIDE.

DATE: Thursday 17th May 2018
REGISTRATION: 4.00pm
TIME: 4.15pm – 6.00pm
VENUE: Thomson Geer, Level 7
19 Gouger Street, Adelaide, SA 5000

 

MODERATOR

Bronwyn Furse, Partner, Thomson Geer

PANELLISTS

Malcolm Crompton, Founder & Lead Privacy Advisor, Information Integrity Solutions Pty Limited

Simon Froude, Presiding Member of the Privacy Committee and Director at State Records, Attorney-General’s Department

Paul Doig, Senior Manager Anti-Money Laundering, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank

Privacy: From principles to practice – How to achieve the gold standard. SYDNEY

DATE: Tuesday 15th May 2018
REGISTRATION: 5.15pm
TIME: 5.30pm – 7.00pm
VENUE: Holding Redlich, Level 65, MLC Centre
19 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000
COST: Free

MODERATOR 

Peter Leonard, Principal, Data Synergies Pty Limited

PANELLISTS

Olga Ganopolsky,  General Counsel,  Privacy and Data, Macquarie Group Limited

Sheila FitzPatrick, President & Founder, FitzPatrick & Associates

Alec Christie, Partner, Digital Law, Ernst & Young

Privacy: From principles to practice – How to achieve the gold standard. BRISBANE

DATE: Tuesday 15th May 2018
REGISTRATION: 5.15pm
TIME: 5.30pm – 7.00pm
VENUE: Holding Redlich, Level 1
300 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
COST: Free

 

MODERATOR

Trent Taylor, Partner, Holding Redlich

PANELLISTS

Leah Mooney, Special Counsel, Minter Ellison

David Lacey, Managing Director, IDCARE

Helen Clarke, Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Patrick Fair, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

Privacy: From principles to practice – How to achieve the gold standard. MELBOURNE.

DATE: Tuesday 15th May 2018
REGISTRATION: 5.15pm
TIME: 5.30pm – 7.00pm
VENUE: Holding Redlich, Level 8
555 Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
COST: Free

 

MODERATOR
Dan Pearce, Partner, Holding Redlich

PANELLISTS
Ilana Singer, Senior Analyst, Deliotte

Toby Patten, Partner, Baker & McKenzie

Jason Holandsjo, Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer, Telstra

Privacy After Hours – Auckland

Date: 5 April 2018

Time: 5:45-7:45PM

Venue: EY Building, 9th Floor, 2 Takutai Square Britomart Auckland 1010

Privacy After Hours – Perth

Date: 5 April 2018

Time: 5:30PM-7:30PM

Venue: Deloitte, Tower 2, Brookfield Place, 123 St Georges Terrace, Perth

Are you GDPR Ready? Sydney

Date: 22 February 2018

Time: 5:15PM-7:00PM

Venue:  MinterEllison

Are you GDPR Ready? Sydney

Date: 21 February 2018

Time: 7:45AM-9:00AM

Venue:  MinterEllison

Are You GDPR Ready? Adelaide

Date: 20 February 2018

Time: 12:15PM-2:30PM

Venue: Thomson Geer, Adelaide, SA

Are You GDPR Ready? Melbourne

Date: 19 February 2018

Time: 5:15PM-7:00PM

Venue: MinterEllison