Legal and Ethical Issues 2015.ppt

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8 Protection of Electronic Information CIO has increasing accountability for integrity and consistency of information within the organisation To secure information effectively, it needs to be secured from all perceivable threats Misuse of Electronically Stored Information have a range of consequences that depends on the sensitivity and nature of the information
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9 Privacy Laws CIOs have unwittingly assumed the role of privacy compliance CIOs would be wise to play a central role in the shaping and enforcing of data privacy policies as guardians of data
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10 Australian Privacy Laws Privacy means different things in different contexts. The legal concept of privacy also differs among legal jurisdictions. It only protects “Personal Information” and NOT Commercial Information. The Privacy Act 1988 (Federal) which set out 11 Information Privacy Principles (IPPs) protects privacy of person dealing with the Federal Government. It has been amended this year (2014) It has also been extended to the Private Sector to regulate the way private sector organisations can collect, use, keep secure and disclose personal information stored whether electronic or not.
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11 An Aspect of Trans-Border Data Privacy The evolution of technology, eCommerce and telecommunications has dramatically increased the collection of information in digital format and its transfer in a global forum Different levels of Data Privacy laws worldwide have been challenging for organisations with an international base whose businesses relies on trans-border dataflow across countries especially the EU If you were a CIO of a Global Organisation with the legal challenge of consolidating 14 separate consumer databases across 14 countries including the EU, how would you go about doing it?
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12 LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN Shanghai Rome Bangkok Seoul Taiwan Sydney LAN LAN LAN LAN Los Angeles Frankfurt London Osaka Tokyo HK Singapore Auckland LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN LAN Where is the organisation HQ based? Where is the organisation HQ based? Where is the main Database Server located? Where is the main Database Server located? Which country is the data coming from? Which country is the data coming from? Which country is the data going to ………? Which country is the data going to ………? An Aspect of Trans-Border Data Privacy
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13 An Aspect of Trans-Border Data Privacy EU Data Protection Directive generally restrict the transfer of personal data to a country outside the European Union (EU) unless certain requirements are met: the other country ensures an 'adequate' level of data protection; the parties have an appropriate contractual relationship; or the individual has given consent Australian Privacy Act 1988 does not meet the EU “adequate level of protection”, primarily because of the small business, employee records and direct marketing exceptions
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14 Cybercrime Laws New ways of committing old crimes. Online banking
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