Privacy in Cyberspace
The internet is an effective and efficient marketing tool but introduces new risks to our privacy. How do we maintain our organisation’s confidentiality, avoid breaching privacy, and ensure information security when using the internet?
Discover tips on ensuring privacy for your organisation. Find out how to plan for potential cyberspace privacy risks before they happen.
This half day course is useful for anyone seeking practical guidance on collection and use of online information (such as from your business website). Potential registrants include business owners, CEOs, managers, administrators, HR, and IT.
- Privacy concerns relating to cyberspace
- Avoiding privacy breaches and consequences for your business
- Using technology to track and record staff movement
- Proper collection of information in cyberspace
- Find out how you can use information collected online
- Undertake a privacy review of your Facebook and LinkedIn accounts
- Identify 3 types of password manager
- Find out how setting default passwords by pattern affect privacy
- Security and transmission of information including encryption
- Practical tips on maintaining privacy in cyberspace
- How to comply with NZ privacy laws including Privacy Act 1993
Please bring your own devices (laptop) for practical exercises, and to check your privacy settings.
Thursday 22 June 2017
9:00am to 12:30pm
The Chamber, 57 Kilmore Street
Julia Shallcrass & Morgan Wilson
$240.00 + GST
$480.00 + GST