Data Privacy Management - DJPR
Data privacy is becoming business-critical for companies balancing data-driven decisions alongside global regulations and the ethical handling of consumer data. Co-created with leading industry partners Lander & Rogers and Palo Alto Networks, this course will equip you with the skills to establish, lead, and measure a data privacy program within your organisation.
This course is ideal for mid-senior managers and legal, risk, and compliance specialists who've had exposure to data privacy and are looking to upskill.
The cutting-edge skills you’ll learn are rigorously assessed and recognised by both a leading university and key employers in the field of study through a digital credential.
- Understand the data privacy landscape and challenges facing Australian businesses
- Consider and articulate the data supply chain of your business to support decision making
- Explore the strategic value of having a proactive and transparent data privacy management program
- Develop an understanding of privacy regulation and ethical constraints in an Australian context
- Develop an understanding of the data lifecycle, and different types of data
- Consider key components of a data privacy management program and apply to an organisational context
- Review best practice recommendations for the implementation and ongoing assessment of a privacy program
- Navigate data privacy management implications of emerging technologies
By the end of this course, you’ll walk away with a step-by-step playbook containing tools and templates for implementing a data privacy program. Your data playbook will contain the following tools and templates:
- Data patterns catalogue
- Data maturity framework
- Moral value map
- Notifiable data breach scheme response requirements
- Data feature threat-risk-benefit chart
- Risk assessment framework
- Data breach reporting map