With the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 (Cth) set to take effect on 22 February 2018, affected organisations need to take action to ensure compliance with the new data breach regime.

In this white paper published by LexisNexis, we provide a useful checklist to help organisations determine their obligations and explain the details of the scheme, who it will affect and the actions that need to be taken to avoid serious penalties.

Companies and individuals seeking more information about their obligations can access the white paper here.

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