Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

55. Record Keeping and Privacy Governance September 28, 2016 No Comments

In this presentation, Dr Elizabeth Coombs, Privacy Commissioner talks about the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Amendment (Exemptions Consolidation) Act 2015, privacy and issues with data sharing. Attached presentation: Record Keeping and Privacy Governance.pptx

Q&A with Elizabeth Coombs on privacy #iam_2016 May 3, 2016 No Comments

To celebrate Information Awareness Month 2016 we are publishing a series of Q&As with colleagues who have an interest in good records and information management. First up we have a Q&A with Dr Elizabeth Coombs about privacy and information governance. Dr Coombs is the NSW Privacy Commissioner. In this role she promotes privacy, prepares reports […]

Records Managers Forum presentations now available on Future Proof April 13, 2016 No Comments

The podcasts from last month’s Records Managers Forum are now available on Future Proof. The Records Managers Forum highlights achievements and projects in NSW Government agencies. It promotes communication between NSW public sector records managers and provides an opportunity to exchange news and discuss issues of current concern. Last months’s forum was hosted by State […]

How does information and records management support privacy? May 28, 2015 No Comments

Recently, State Records staff attended a very informative session hosted by the NSW Privacy Commissioner, Dr Elizabeth Coombs. This “Privacy Matters” event was held to mark Privacy Awareness Week, which is an initiative supported by the Asia Pacific Privacy Awareness forum. State Records had a stand at the forum in conjunction with staff from NSW […]

We are all in this together – information professionals collaborating to combat information risk August 16, 2012 2 Comments Yesterday I spoke at the NSW Right to Information/Privacy Practitioners Network at the lovely Parliament House Theatrette. The Practitioners Network is a really fantastic network of professionals who meet to share information about GIPA (Government Information Public Access) and privacy matters that affect those working in the NSW public sector. Also speaking this morning was William Murphy […]