Leo Cussen Centre for Law
Level 1, 360 Little Bourke Street
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Our presenters will discuss the new ‘Notifiable Data Breach Scheme’ under the Privacy Act 1988 that comes into effect on 22 February 2018. During this session, the panel will outline what changes to the Act mean for businesses (including law firms), both large and small, and the practical steps people need to take to prepare for the new scheme.
Fabian Horton is a lecturer at The College of Law Victoria and Director of the virtual law firm, ConnectLaw. He is the foundation chairperson of the Technology and the Law Committee of the Law Institute of Victoria. Fabian presents nationally and internationally on topics such as cyber-security, artificial intelligence, and law apps. He advises both government and non-government organisations on many aspects of technology and its impact on the law and was the lead author of the Law Council of Australia cyber-security initiative Cyber Precedent. Fabian is currently undertaking his PhD researching how technology affects the law.
Omaru Maruatona, Founder | AiCULUS
Dr Omaru Maruatona is a security architect and Artificial Intelligence practitioner with specialist skills across Cyber security and Machine Learning. Omaru's specialties include security design, security risk assessment and AI algorithm design.
Omaru has worked in cyber security across academics, financial services and consulting. In October 2017, Omaru founded AiCULUS, a technology company that specialises in adaptive business intelligence systems.
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