02 May 2022
08 May 2022
An initiative by the Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities (APPA), Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) is held annually by its members to promote awareness of privacy and personal data protection issues. The PDPC is marking the first week of May 2022 as PAW in Singapore.
Data Protection – the Foundation of Trust
Data is fast becoming the most valuable asset to organisations and malicious actors alike.
To deliver value for customers, many organisations have jumped on the digital transformation bandwagon. But with increasing data collection and use, comes the increasing risk of data breaches. Today, data breach is no longer an “if” but “when”. Organisations need to minimally put in place basic data protection if they want to secure their customers’ trust.
Join us at PAW as experts share how baseline data protection and security practices can help you protect customers' data and recover quickly in the event of a data breach.
|THURSDAY 5 MAY||3:00PM – 4:30PM|
|Organised by: Singapore Business Federation (SBF)|
The acceleration of digitalisation spurred by the global pandemic presents both opportunities and threats for businesses. As more data are being collected and generated, knowing how to make better use of these data and to secure them becomes increasingly important for businesses.
Data protection and data innovation are not mutually exclusive. Join us in this webinar to learn about how businesses can balance data innovation and data protection using free tools and resources from IMDA and PDPC. The session will also cover topics such as Better Data Driven Business (BDDB) programme, Data Protection Essentials (DPE) programme for SMEs, and data protection for ICT systems to help businesses safeguard and use their data confidently.
|FRIDAY 6 MAY||9:00AM – 1:00PM|
|Organised by: ISACA and IAPP Singapore Knowledge Net|
Level up your knowledge on privacy and data protection topics such as:
Access the resources below to support your organisation's data use and protection journey.
APPLY: Data Protection Essentials (DPE) Programme
SMEs should acquire a basic level of data protection and security practices to protect their customers’ personal data and recover quickly in the event of a data breach. Find out how DPE would benefit your organisation.
LEARN: Guide to Basic Data Anonymisation
Anonymising data is one way to reduce potential data breaches. Download our guide to learn how to perform basic anonymisation and de-identification of datasets through a simple 5-step anonymisation process.
WATCH: Kim Huat in Care What You Share
Mr Brown shares three different scenarios on data use and protection between organisation and consumer. Learn how you can be in control of your data during a transaction!
PLAY: Data Protection Instagram Quiz
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