Data Security Series - video collection18 November 2021
People often associate “Data Security” with complex technical requirements and confusing legal concepts. Understanding the basics of Data Security is important in our day-to-day lives and as part of the organisations we work within. Our Data Security (video) Series demystifies some of the key legal concepts associated with Data Security, touching on several key data security topics such as Personal Information, Health Information, the Consumer Data Right and Data Breaches.
The videos are short, informal, and shot in a Q&A format. They are intended to be easily digestible, with the aim of further educating those who do not deal with data security on a day-to-day basis, or who may want a refresher on a particular aspect of data security that may be relevant to their business.
The first video provides an overview of the Data Security Series, including a general introduction what to data security means, and its complex technical requirements.
We explore Personal Information in the context of data security, as well as upcoming privacy reforms. This video also discusses privacy issues with proposed “vaccine passports” in response to COVID-19.
This segment focuses on the regulation of Health Information, the potential impact of upcoming law reforms on the protection of Health Information and, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the privacy concerns posed by the use of QR codes for COVID-19 contact tracing.
The Consumer Data Right allows consumers to share their data between service providers of their choosing. Here's an introduction to the regime, what it aims to achieve, and how consumers and organisations alike can navigate it.
Data breaches can affect every business. In this video, we discuss what a data breach is, how to respond to a data breach, and potential notification obligations.
If you have any questions about the content of this series, or data security more generally, please get in touch with your Sparke Helmore contact, or feel free to reach out directly to Dalvin Chien, Partner in Sparke Helmore’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice.