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PDPA 2.0. Manage. Respond. Report.
Learn about the legal implications of the PDPA Amendment Bill, key policy changes and the impact to organisational procedures, as well as how to manage and respond effectively to data breach incidents.
Rapid business digitalisation and the adoption of new technologies have exponentially increased the volume of personal data generated, processed and stored around the world and in Singapore. This has inevitably resulted in an expanded digital attack surface, and increased risk of data breaches.
The Personal Data Protection (Amendment) Bill, which was passed on 2 Nov 2020, serves to help businesses harness data securely to capture new business opportunities, and at the same time strengthen data security practices needed in the ever-evolving cyber threat environment. As the PDPA Amendment Bill is being rolled out, businesses will need to understand more about the key changes, and how to formulate a strategy that encompasses the legal, policy and cybersecurity aspects of the bill.
Join us at this webinar, jointly organised by Ensign and SMU School of Law, to learn more about:
- Legal implications of the PDPA Amendment Bill
- Key policy changes and the impact to organisational procedures
- How to manage and respond effectively to data breach incidents
Senior Fellow, Cyber Homeland Defence;
Teo Xiang Zheng
Head of Advisory, Consulting
Associate Professor of Law
Jointly organised by