ISACA Brisbane and the ACS will hold a joint Special Interest Group ("SIG") session. This will be followed by Christmas drinks for members of both organisations to network, have a drink and discuss the highs and lows of a very busy year.
Topic: Privacy 2.0: Customer data management and governance
Speaker: Grace Guinto
5:45 - 6:00pm Registration and networking
6:00 - 6:45pm Presentation
6:45 - 7:00pm Q&A
7:00 - 8:00pm Christmas drinks and networking
Organisations everywhere face a growing challenge: how to use the vast amounts of data about individuals they now gather to create greater value for themselves and their customers while not crossing the line into unlawful, unethical or unwanted use. Customer data management has become increasingly important and is built on the foundation of mature privacy and data protection programs. For organisations to effectively balance opportunity and risk, they must develop strategies that facilitates privacy compliance, transparency, ethical data use and overall inclusion with their organisation's digital customers.
In this "Privacy 2.0: Customer data management and governance" session, Grace Guinto will explore how privacy and security professionals can leverage on their organisation's existing privacy and security compliance efforts to drive the establishment of customer data management programs aimed to enable organisations to use data responsibly and legally while ensuring it’s adequately protected.
Grace Guinto is the national privacy lead and director with PwC Australia's Digital Trust practice, which aims to help clients maximise their growth potential, manage the risks and build confidence in their digital future. Recognising that privacy is a cornerstone to trust in the digital economy, Grace advises clients on how to assess and build sustainable and repeatable privacy and data governance programs, respond to regulatory orders and build confidence amongst consumers and other stakeholders through their privacy and data governance efforts.
Grace has 15 years of professional experience in both Australia and the U.S. Prior to relocating back to Australia in 2013, Grace spent nine years with the PwC U.S. firm, where she was responsible for co-leading the strategic and operational direction of the Data Protection & Privacy practice within the western U.S. region. She worked collaboratively with technology and media companies in managing their risk and designing and implementing privacy and information security programs, which also included providing independent attestations for regulatory agencies such as the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.
Grace holds the following industry-recognised credentials in the area of data protection and privacy: CIPP/US, CIPM and Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), and is an active member of the iappANZ chapter, ISACA Melbourne chapter and Australian Women in Security Network (AWSN).
CPE: 1.0 Hour
For enquiries and feedback please contact Education@Isaca-Brisbane.org