In a world where the volume of data is perpetually increasing, there is little room for any organisation, including not-for-profit community organisations, to be complacent when it comes to data governance.
In the context of increasing cyber-attacks, which by their very nature compromise data security and integrity, and the heightened data risk associated with organisations operating online due to the pandemic, now is an opportune time to consider your organisation’s data governance.
In this webinar, cyber security and incident response lawyers Richard Berkahn and Reece Corbett-Wilkins from Clyde & Co:
- provide an introduction to ‘data’ and the cyber landscape;
- discuss Data Governance – what is it and why is it important? and
- propose a framework for strong Data Governance with some best practice tips.
Clyde & Co has the largest dedicated and rapidly expanding cyber incident response practice in Australia and New Zealand. Their experienced team have dealt with over 700 data breach and technology related disputes in recent times, including a number of the largest and most complex incidents in Asia Pacific to date.
This webinar is part of Community Legal Centres Queensland’s Digital Capacity Building Series – find out more on our Digital Strategy page.