Safeguarding data and complying with recent Australian regulation is a step-by-step process. Our privacy lawyers have put together affordable, fit-for-purpose packages to support organisations to:
- Ensure privacy compliance;
- Manage your supply chain for potential liabilities; and
- Prepare for a breach.
Review our privacy packages below and contact us to find out more.
AU $4,000 + GST
Mandatory data breach reporting package
AU $5,000 +GST
|Privacy compliance manual||Detailed data security schedule for vendor agreements||Data breach reporting manual|
|Privacy compliance checklist||Negotiation playbook||Incident response template|
|One hour of a privacy lawyer's time||One hour of a privacy lawyer's time||Notification letter templates|
|One hour of a privacy lawyer's
How the packages will help protect your organisation
|Delete data risks||Roll out incident response plan||Manage notifications to affected parties, law enforcement
and regulatory bodies
|Manage third party vendor risks||Mobilise cyber incident response team||Manage cyber insurance claim filing|
directors and officers
|Vendor data management package|
|Mandatory data breach reporting package|
If you have any questions about the privacy packages we offer, please contact us. Or if you have a question on the new mandatory data breach notification laws that came into effect in Australia on February 22 2018, ask Parker, our Australian data privacy chatbot.
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