Our industry mentors are available to provide 1:1 feedback and guidance on your course work. Mentors on this course include people like Robert Neely. Robert Neely is a partner in the Corporate practice of national law firm Lander & Rogers. Robert is highly regarded for his expertise in technology-related matters, including complex ICT procurement and infrastructure projects, privacy and data security and intellectual property protection.
Data Privacy Management
Lead a successful data privacy program and deliver strategic value within your organisation. Develop the capability to mitigate data risk and become a thought leader in consumer protection and trust.
- Time commitment
- 6 weeks, 6-7 hours per week 100% online
Learn work-ready skills and knowledge to transform your career
Data privacy is becoming business-critical for companies balancing data-driven decisions alongside global regulations and the ethical handling of consumer data. Co-created with leading industry partners Lander & Rogers and Palo Alto Networks, this course will equip you with the skills to establish, lead, and measure a data privacy program within your organisation.
- Understand the data privacy landscape and challenges facing Australian businesses
- Consider and articulate the data supply chain of your business to support decision making
- Explore the strategic value of having a proactive and transparent data privacy management program
- Develop an understanding of privacy regulation and ethical constraints in an Australian context
- Develop an understanding of the data lifecycle, and different types of data
- Consider key components of a data privacy management program and apply to an organisational context
- Review best practice recommendations for the implementation and ongoing assessment of a privacy program
- Navigate data privacy management implications of emerging technologies
This course is designed for mid-senior managers and specialists who've had exposure to data privacy and are looking to upskill. By the end of this course, you’ll walk away with a step-by-step playbook containing tools and templates for implementing a data privacy program. Your data playbook will contain the following tools and templates:
- Data patterns catalogue
- Data maturity framework
- Moral value map
- Notifiable data breach scheme response requirements
- Data feature threat-risk-benefit chart
- Risk assessment framework
- Data breach reporting map
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After completing an RMIT Future Skills course, you will earn an RMIT credential which can be validated, recognised and shared on social media platforms.
Introduction to the data privacy
What is data privacy?
Why privacy matters
Mapping the contemporary privacy landscape
Australian privacy regulations
Data breaches and mandatory reporting
Implications of extra-territorial regulation
Types of data and specific data privacy risks
Assessing data and risk
Privacy in the context of data protection strategies
Developing privacy program structures and processes
Create and plan according to requirements
Operationalising your privacy management plan and creating a pilot program
Communicating with stakeholders
Ongoing compliance and evaluation
Program compliance and managing performance
Developing a data privacy culture
Compliance tools and technology
Navigating the future
Privacy challenges with emerging technology
Learn with Industry Experts
Get ready to meet some of the biggest names in the business
RMIT Online has built our courses in partnership with industry, providing you with the latest industry insights and best practices from the real world of work. Our subject matter experts on this course include people like Sean Duca. Sean is Vice President and Regional Chief Security Officer for Asia Pacific and Japan at Palo Alto Networks where he works on the development of thought leadership, threat intelligence and security best practices for the cybersecurity community and business executives.
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