Australian privacy compliance packages

Publication | December 2017

Data privacy compliance every step of the way

Safeguarding data and complying with recent Australian regulation is a step-by-step process. Norton Rose Fulbright privacy lawyers have put together affordable, fit-for-purpose packages to support organisations to:

  1. Ensure privacy compliance;
  2. Manage your supply chain for potential liabilities; and
  3. Prepare for a breach.

On 22 February 2018, the new mandatory data breach notification laws came into effect in Australia - are you prepared?

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NRF Parker - Data privacy chatbot

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“I have reviewed the Vendor Data Management Package and the Mandatory Data Breach Reporting Package and find that they are very comprehensive and useful for the Bank. Their contents are easily understood and very practical for  the business.  I highly recommend them to your other clients.”

Phillip Kong, Senior Legal Counsel, Legal and Compliance
Bank of China Limited - Australia



New Privacy Package Price table

How the packages will help protect your organisation
New Privacy Package Comparison Chart 

If you have any questions about the privacy packages we offer, please contact Catalina Panoiu.

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