Privacy Impact Assessments training

It is a common perception that privacy impact assessments (PIA) are administratively arduous, technically challenging and automatically at odds of both the proposed outcomes of a program and to any proposed methodology. The session has been designed to dispel these perceptions and de-mystify the PIA process.

The session will achieve this by emphasising the limited focus of a PIA and providing a framework to conduct it. While each PIA will be individually crafted to each program, they will all have three core components:

  • mapping the personal information flows within and without the program
  • identifying the relevant privacy principle for each flow
  • addressing the resulting privacy obligations into the design and implementation of the program.

The session will run through the undertaking of a PIA a hypothetical initiative. The session will step attendees through a detailed examination of the three core components showing that once broken down into their individual transactions, the attendant privacy analysis and accommodations are both manageable and add value to the program.

Who will deliver the training?

An experienced Privacy Officer from the Office of the Information Commissioner will conduct the training.

When and where will it be conducted?

  • 11am to 12pm, Tuesday 28 November 2017.
  • Australian Catholic University, Level 3, 229 Elizabeth Street Brisbane CBD.

Is there a cost?

There is no fee associated with this training.

Places are limited to a maximum of 30 participants

To attend this session please register below.

This session will also be delivered as a webinar for anyone unable to travel to the venue. To participate in the webinar please register below.

Terms and conditions:

The delivery of this training is subject to attendance numbers. Any cancellations must be advised at least 48 hours before the training commences by emailing training@oic.qld.gov.au or by phoning 3405 3074. If notice is not given the Office of the Information Commissioner reserves the right to charge any associated costs to you or your agency.