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New Australian Data Breach Legislation: Guide to Auditing and Securing Your Business

December 17, 2019

Under the new Australian Privacy Act legislation, organisations must inform the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and the general public if they suffer from a data breach. Organisations that need to comply with the Privacy Act include businesses or not-forprofit organisations with an annual turnover of $3 million or more. Non-compliance can result in serious reputational and financial repercussions, as well as financial penalties for failing to inform the OAIC and the public.

CyberArk provides a strong privileged access security strategy to help support data breach compliance. CyberArk solutions will help organisations:

  • Protect and monitor access to sensitive personal data
  • Secure processing through least privilege enforcement
  • Detect and respond to breaches early
  • Minimize risk against-non compliance
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