The Privacy Act 2020 comes into force on 1 December 2020; is your organisation ready?

Privacy Act 2020 Readiness

Breaches of the Act not only come with a financial penalty, but more significantly, potentially severe reputational damage.

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Why choose Cybercraft?

We bring together both our cyber resilience and privacy experience with our expertise in delivering short term, long term and on-going projects.

What does a privacy engagement with Cybercraft look like?

To provide the necessary assurance that your organisation can meet it’s requirements, Cybercraft will work across the organisation from policy making executives through to the staff handling Personal Information (PI) and Third Parties to develop policies, processes and practices that will enable your organisation to meet Privacy Act 2020 obligations.

The Engagement with Cybercraft also involves:

  1. data and process inventory
  2. information classification
  3. internal and external policy review
  4. Discovery and notifications of data breach
  5. data handling process review
  6. Secure data storage assessment
  7. Access management controls
  8. relationships with third parties
  9. cross-boundary requirements
  10. Data access request processes
  11. Retention policies and information lifecycle management.

What people say about us

Cybercraft’s knowledge and passion for improving our cyber risk management were clear from day one; throughout the engagement, they took the time to understand our business, work within our budgets and provide the expert help we need to achieve best practice in our business.
Gilbert McKinnon
Chief Financial Officer, Hunter Retail

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Privacy Impact Assessments

All organisations hold Personal Information, but few have a robust understanding on what is held, where it is held, how it is handled, how it is shared, how long it is stored or how it is disposed of.

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Fractional Data Privacy Officer

Under the Privacy Act, every organisation must have a Privacy Officer; for most businesses, employing a full-time privacy officer simply isn't an option, talk to Cybercraft about getting assistance from a fractional one.

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