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About this event
Since February 2018, the Australian Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) Scheme is in place to highlight and enforce the protection of personable identifiable data.
The requirements to protect and respond to a potential data breach can be daunting, especially for Small Business.
According to the latest Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) Scheme report from the OAIC,
- Malicious or criminal attacks (including cyber incidents) remain the leading source of data breaches, accounting for 58% of notifications.
- Data breaches resulting from human error accounted for 38% of notifications, up 18% from 173 notifications to 204.
- The health sector remains the highest reporting industry sector, notifying 23% of all breaches, followed by finance, which notified 15% of all breaches.
Participants will learn:
• How does the Australian Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) Scheme apply to your business?
• The main steps to protect sensitive data from accidental disclosure (human error).
• Which systems and procedures should be in place to protect your business from a malicious cyber-attack, social engineering, or phishing campaigns?
At the completion of the session the participants will leave with:
• A checklist how to prepare a data breach response plan.
• Four key steps to respond to data breaches.
• Five actions you can take right now to improve your cybersecurity posture.