Our courses are developed by educators who have over 25 years in data privacy and cyber security.
Designed for Small - Medium sized organisations and Individuals seeking to understand more - it's all here for you.
Ever thought about who holds Personal Identifiable Information (PII) on you? Who has been given sensitive information for you to enrol for a new service, or gain verification of your identity? Where has that data gone? Who has access to it?
In this masterclass, you will learn about the evolution of digital identity, trust and how emerging technology can enable a safer place for your credentials.
Led by Cindy Nicholson
RRP $99 - NOW ONLY $25
Does your workforce understand your organisations' responsibility in protecting personal and sensitive information in Australia?
Do individuals know what to do if they suspect a breach, or are subject to a breach?
In this e-Learning series you will achieve the following learning outcomes:
RRP $149 - NOW ONLY $99
For Senior Executives and Legal Professionals: Be part of the conversation, bridge the knowledge gap and be ready to lead your organisation into the future.
The emerging tech series is designed for busy professionals who need to understand how emerging technologies will impact their businesses and their clients. Included in the series are introductory and advanced courses in:
In this course you will learn about:
RRP $399 - NOW ONLY $249
A non-technical view of cloud computing covering what boards and executives need to know to make sense of any cloud program. Gain the understanding to make tough decisions that unlock the value of cloud in your organization.
In this course you will learn:
RRP $149 - NOW ONLY $99
Duration 90 Minutes
On Demand / On line
Cybersecurity fundamentals ASD Essential 8 provides cybersecurity awareness for the general workforce and education on the 8 elements that are deemed critical to cybersecurity by the Australian Signals Directorate.
These training courses help companies secure themselves from a cyber-attack by educating management and the workforce on sound security practices.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is the Australian Government lead agency for cyber security who developed, baseline mitigation strategies for organisations to implement in order to reduce the risk of a cyber incident. The strategies are known as the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) Essential 8.
What you will learn:
Hong Kong Personal Data Ordinance (PDPO)
The Personal Data ‘Privacy’ Ordinance (PDPO) is Hong Kong's data protection and privacy legal framework supporting both private and public sectors and governed by the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (PCPD). The PCPD has six data protection principles that certain organisation must comply with.
Although Hong Kong was the first Asian jurisdiction to enact a comprehensive personal data privacy act with an independent privacy regulator to enforce data breaches, Hong Kong has seen some significant data breaches such as Cathy Pacific and if now proposing changes to the current act.
On 20thJanuary 2020, a proposed reform to the PDPO, was set out in a discussion papers released by the a) Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau and b) The Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data and Privacy.
This course covers current legislation PDP
1. Key definitions and terminology
2. DPP2 Accuracy and Duration of Retention
3. DPP3 Use of Data
4. DPP4 Data Security
5. DPP5 Openness and Transparency
6. DPP 6 Access and Correction
Proposed changes which are yet to be passed and covers
1. Mandatory data breach notification
2. Sanctioning powers
3. Regulation of data processors
4. Definition of personal data
5. Data retention policy and period
6. Regulation of disclosure of personal data of other data subjects
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) came into effect on the 1st January 2020. This act requires certain companies that do business in the State of California to comply with restrictions place on the use of consumer personal information, accommodate the rights of consumers and update privacy policies to support the CCPA Act.
Which Australian Businesses Need to Comply with CCPA
· Do you do business in the State of California;
· Collect California residents’ personal information;
· Revenue threshold exceeds US$25 million;
· Derive 50% or more of annual revenue from selling to California residents’ (this refers to selling, renting, releasing, disclosing, disseminating, transferring and communicating to another entity or third party for monetary gain or other valuable consideration such as behaviour and targeted advertising)
· Obtain personal information of over 50,000 California residents’, this includes any identifiers such as; IP address (a linked to an identifiable consumer or household), geolocation data (people who visit your website) purchasing history and commercial information
This course provides the foundations of this Act including:
1. What businesses the CCPA applies to
2. What is and is not deemed to be personal information
3. Consumers rights and how you must comply
4. What to do if privacy is breached
5. Updating data privacy policies to support the CCPA Act