In an effort to regulate data privacy and respect the rights of individuals, Australia has enacted a patchwork of territorial privacy acts. The overarching law that governs the continent is the Australian Federal Privacy Act 1988, also known as the Privacy Act or the “Australian GDPR.” Since 1988, this legislation has undergone over 80 revisions that incorporate various updates and amendments. The Privacy Act is intended to serve as a guide for how organizations should handle the data of Australian citizens.
In order to achieve and maintain compliance, the first step is understanding what the Privacy Act entails. Download the whitepaper, “How Data Discovery Helps Businesses Stay Compliant With the Australian Privacy Act,” to dive deeper into the legislation and to explore:
Using Ground Labs’ solutions, organizations can efficiently and effectively meet a range of compliance obligations, including the expectations laid out in the Privacy Act and any additional Australian data privacy laws.
In Ground Labs’ complimentary whitepaper, “How Data Discovery Helps Businesses Stay Compliant With the Australian Privacy Act,” we share everything you need to know to understand the legislation and steps your business can take to continuously meet compliance standards.
Ground Labs’ award-winning Enterprise Recon solution helps organizations achieve data compliance sooner by scanning and remediating more than 300 data types across various environments including on-prem servers and the cloud.
Set up a complimentary meeting with us to learn more about how Enterprise Recon can help meet your compliance and security needs and fulfil your obligation to customer data privacy today.