In-house Counsel’s Role in Responding to a Data Privacy Breach
Marion Hemphill, General Counsel, Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Australia
Every week more privacy and data security incidents are making headlines. Regardless of the quality of your organisation’s security controls and practices, if you have not already had to respond to a data privacy breach, it is just a matter of time before you will. Organisations need to respond urgently to data privacy breaches and will be judged in the court of public opinion not only on the cause of the incident but on the quality of the response. Privacy is an issue of increasing concern to stakeholders and the public as personal information is now recognised as a valuable asset to be protected as carefully as any financial asset.
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