elevenM’s Jayden Hunter and Daniel Duncan unpack some of the many privacy and security risks that self-driving cars bring, and raise some of the questions that need to be answered before they become the new normal.
elevenM’s Georgia Potgieter discusses risks and lessons relating to the use of AI and Automated Decision Making by governments and other entities that deal with large numbers of individuals.
elevenM’s Angela Wong and Brett Watson outline the changes that are coming with the NSW mandatory notification of data breach scheme and provide some advice on how to get ready. Included are two templates to help agencies meet compliance with the requirements.
elevenM’s submission to the Australian Government’s consultation into how the Australian Government can mitigate any potential risks of AI and support safe and responsible AI practices.
In part 3 of our series on data processing inventories, we will look at a practical process that you can follow to build your organisation’s DPI.
The last week saw the appearance of an issue that, to a privacy professional, rings considerable alarm bells in relation to issues of collection, consent and basic ‘reasonableness’. Consumer advocacy
Data processing inventories: Part 2 — Understanding and documenting your business to manage privacy risk
In this second part of our short series on data processing inventories, elevenM’s Cassie Findlay takes a look at the benefits of a process-oriented approach.
This week saw the release of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner’s 2023 Australian Community Attitudes to Privacy survey report. In this blog we look at some of the key themes and findings.