Event Details


Australia Accreditation 30 minutes = 0.5 CPD Unit | July 09, 2024

Many organisations are keen to integrate Microsoft Copilot, an AI-powered tool embedded into most Microsoft Office applications, to enhance productivity through automated drafting, summarisation, data analysis, and contextual suggestions. This technology is gaining widespread popularity, but its capabilities make its acquisition significantly different from typical technology procurements. As organisations eagerly adopt this powerful tool, it is crucial for legal, compliance, and risk professionals to understand and navigate the key considerations surrounding its implementation.
Key Takeaways of this webinar:

  • Understanding Copilot: Gain a comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Copilot's functionality and the underlying technology driving it.
  • Internal Policies and Governance: Learn about the internal policies and procedures required to govern the use of Copilot and ensure responsible AI usage.
  • Privacy Impact Assessment: Discover how to conduct a risk-appropriate privacy impact assessment to ensure compliance and protect sensitive data.
  • Security Considerations: Uncover the essential security questions you need to address to safeguard your organisation's information.
  • Contractual Roadmap: Develop a roadmap to relevant contractual considerations. 

CPD Information

This session is valid for 0.5 CPD unit. Please ensure this meets the requirements within your jurisdiction. To find out more, visit our CLE Library.
Recommended CPD category:
  • Practice Management and Business Skills (NSW/VIC/WA/Qld)  | Core Area 2 - Practice Management and Business Skills  (ACT) 
Disclaimer:  You must check the professional requirements applicable in your own jurisdiction to ensure that the webinar content and activity format is eligible for CPD units in a given CPD year.  Please refer to guidance here.
The contents of this webinar may not be current as at the date of accessing this webinar. Our webinars are intended to provide general information and do not constitute legal advice.


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