Privacy and personal data: navigating the minefield

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    Do you know how much personal information your organisation holds and when you can use it, in communicating with clients, volunteers, staff and stakeholders?

    Privacy and management of personal data are becoming high-profile risks for all organisations. This workshop will help you understand the issues and equip you with tools to safely navigate the minefield.

    The session, led by Spark NZ's Head of Compliance & Privacy Sarah Auva’a, will help you map the personal data you hold, and understand how to use privacy policies to support your information needs. 
She’ll cover:

    • workshopping a personal information map for your organisation
    • how to use your information map to build your privacy policy
    • communications privacy checklist
    • privacy hotspots for community organisations
    • you’ve had a privacy breach – who needs to know?
    About Sarah

    Sarah has over 20 years of privacy experience covering everything from responding to requests for personal information and resolving privacy complaints through to designing privacy frameworks and developing privacy strategies.  She has previously worked at the Commerce Commission and ANZ Bank.

    Date and time

    Friday 1 September | 9.30am - 11.45am


    St Johns in the City Conference Centre, Willis Street, Wellington


    by Monday 28 August to — please let us know which community organisation you represent.

    $5 koha to Volunteer Wellington to cover venue/morning tea appreciated

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