Are you interested in the Australian laws passed in 2015 which now require certain organisations to retain ‘meta-data’ for 2 years? This 2 hour on-line session provides an overview of the amendments to the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act and what they mean in practical terms for the compulsory retention of meta-data in Australia. The session reviews the background to the new laws, goes through all of the new obligations and provides an overview of the current compliance status with the different requirements of the new retention regime.
This course is directed at IT and information security professionals, as well as legal practitioners. It is also of relevance to risk managers, auditors, internal legal counsel and anyone interested in understanding and managing potential legal liability for information security related issues.