How to implement a Privacy Impact Assessment Workshop
24 May, 09:00-12:00
HOW TO IMPLEMENT BIOMETRICS RESPONSIBLY USING A PIA
This workshop will help you clarify your ideas about privacy management, looking at good practice implementation and how to position your organisation at the forefront of the biometrics industry. It will answer questions like:
a) How should I deal with privacy and artificial intelligence issues?
b) How can I deal with potential losses of private data?
c) When does consent become important?
The Biometrics Institute, in consultation with member experts in privacy and biometrics, has developed a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) model template. A PIA is a process which helps organisations plan their privacy policies and practices so that risks are anticipated and the privacy of people dealing with that organisation is protected.
All PIAs should be conducted at the planning stage of any new business development and it is especially important to do this when introducing biometrics.
The interactive half-day course will help you develop a PIA tool for planning, rolling out and managing a business development which contains a biometric. It will take participants through a range of scenarios discussing how they potentially impact on privacy and how this could be managed. This is a must-attend event for anyone involved in the planning or implementation of a biometric system providing thought-provoking debate and guidance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Any senior officer of an organisation in both the public and private sector
- Any key information officer who has responsibility as the manager or sub-manager of privacy issues
- Any senior technical person who will be a decision maker or have responsibility for the planning, roll-out and management of a biometric-based business system
- Why a biometrics PIA?
- Who should be involved in the PIA process?
- Setting up a PIA
- Conducting a PIA
- Working through a model PIA in detail and how could this relate to your own environment?
- Summary and final questions
PRESENTER: Hon. Terry Aulich
Terry is the Head of the Biometrics Institute’s Privacy and Policy Expert Group and provides strategic advice to the CEO and board.
Terry is also the chair of the Privacy Committee of the Association of Market and Social Research Organisations and the chairman of Aulich & Co, strategic advisors, pollsters and market researchers since 1993.
He was a state minister and federal senator for over sixteen years. As part of this role he chaired a number of influential committees including the Australia Card Committee which recommended the successful implementation of Australia’s Privacy Act, the 100-point bank identification system, the tax file number system and other ant-fraud measures.
Terry’s interest in security and privacy and new technology drove much of Aulich & Co’s services to companies and government agencies needing to match people management with technology and market penetration.
BECOME A MEMBER AND SAVE
Become a member now to take advantage of reduced rates.
Member – $550
Non-member – $770
- IAPP members will be awarded a maximum 2.6 credit points for attending this workshop
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER INFORMATION
By registering for this programme, I acknowledge and agree to the following:
- The Biometrics Institute expressly disclaims any representations and warranties with respect to the Privacy Impact Assessment (“PIA”) and the Biometrics’ Institute related courses, tutorials and materials (“Materials”)
- The Biometrics Institute shall have no liability to me, any organisation that I represent or am affiliated with, or any third party with respect to any matters arising from the use of the PIA and the Materials
- The PIA and Materials are not intended to be legal advice, and the Biometrics Institute recommends that I seek competent legal counsel to advise me on privacy and biometrics related issues
The Biometrics Institute provides training and course material as a tool to help you conduct due diligence. While the Institute has used reasonable care to ensure the accuracy of the material and course, due to the content and variable inputs during and after the process of implementing biometrics, the Institute cannot be held accountable for outcomes or compliance. The material and course have been prepared for informational purposes only and are not intended to provide legal or compliance advice. You should consult your legal advisor should you require advice on the legal or compliance aspects of the material or course.