In the lead up to the 1 October 2020 protective marking transition deadline, OVIC is hosting four online Q&A round table sessions.
Attendees will have the opportunity to directly ask OVIC’s Information Security Unit questions about the new protective marking scheme.
Sessions will be led by attendees and it is not the intent to provide additional briefings or product updates.
If you have a question about the transition deadline for the protective marking scheme, we encourage you to register. There are targeted sessions for VPS and Industry stakeholders.
VPS session times –
- Monday 14th September: 11am – 12pm
- Monday 14th September: 2pm – 3pm
- Tuesday 15th September: 11am – 12pm
Industry session times –
Note: Places are limited – please only register if you have a question to raise with the team.
For those who prefer to remain anonymous, you can always ask your question via Slido. Simply navigate to https://app.sli.do/event/a1ahckx7 and enter event code PM2020Transition. From there, simply submit a question and monitor the channel for a reply.
Note: Inappropriate content submitted as a question will not be responded to and will be deleted.
If you have any questions about these events please contact email@example.com.
*Collection, use and storage by OVIC using Microsoft Teams
OVIC collects your personal information via Microsoft Teams (Teams) in order to facilitate remote meetings and events. Personal information collected by OVIC for this purpose may include your name, email address and profile photo, as well as any personal information you chose to share via Teams during the meeting or event.
OVIC may also collect audio/visual personal information, such as your voice or image captured when asking questions during the meeting/event, to inform future OVIC publications, such as specific guidance, if required. Any personal information captured in audio/visual form will not be attributed to a specific person, if used to inform OVIC’s future publications.
Your email address used to register for OVIC’s events may be visible to other attendees of the event, when sending out invitation details to attendees via email.
*Collection, use and storage by Teams
Teams may also collect your personal information. The privacy information on Microsoft’s website details the collection, use, disclosure and storage of your information by Teams, as well as contact details for Microsoft. Microsoft’s privacy statement also offers more information about their broader privacy practices.
If you have privacy concerns or want to get in touch
If you do not wish to provide your personal information you will be unable to participate in the remote meetings or events via Teams. If you have any other concerns about the privacy of your personal information, or would like to request access to the personal information OVIC holds about you, you can contact OVIC at firstname.lastname@example.org.