PCI DSS/ Security Compliance
Mandatory data breach notification still on government’s agenda
The rise of Cybercrime is creating legitimate business risk and privacy concerns for Australians.
The government has confirmed it is still planning to legislate a mandatory data breach notification scheme before the end of the year.
The legislation will compel organisations to notify people when their privacy is potentially compromised by a data breach.
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