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Victorian Privacy Network Meeting

OVIC is hosting a virtual Victorian Privacy Network meeting on Thursday 11 November 2021.

During the webinar speakers will discuss the broader concepts of privacy beyond personal information, third party risk management and planning for when things go wrong, including OVIC’s investigation into unauthorised access to the CRISSP database, and modern day challenges in relation to consent and privacy.

The Victorian Privacy Network provides an opportunity for privacy and information management professionals to hear from experts, and is open to anyone working directly in privacy and information management, or who have an interest in the area.

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Key Details

When: 11 November 2021
Time: 10am – 12.45pm
Where: webinar - Microsoft Teams
Audience: this event is open to everyone

Guest speakers

Sven Bluemmel, Information Commissioner, OVIC
Rachel Dixon, Privacy and Data Protection Deputy Commissioner, OVIC
Annan Boag, Assistant Commissioner – Privacy and Assurance, OVIC
Edward Santow, Former Australian Human Rights Commissioner
Emily Howie, General counsel and director of dispute resolution, Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission
Melanie Casley, Senior Privacy Consultant, Salinger Privacy
Jeannie Paterson, Professor, University of Melbourne
Rys Farthing, Director of Children’s Policy, Reset Australia
Samantha Floreani, Program Lead, Digital Rights Watch

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