This session will take a look at the ways good privacy practice can build trust and confidence with clients and partner agencies, and can facilitate the delivery of better services to those in need.
We will cover the basic requirements of the Privacy Act in the context of the following key concepts:
• Trust – with a focus on openness and transparency
• Necessity – with a focus on purpose and reasonable limitations on information collection and disclosure
• Control – with a focus on client control and access to information, and FW security and breach management
We will also touch on what’s coming in Privacy law reform and what this might mean for agencies and staff attending the conference.
Daimhin Warner is Auckland Director of Simply Privacy, a consultancy providing privacy advice, strategy and training to business and government. He is a privacy professional with 10 years experience in both the public and private sector. Daimhin worked with the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for 7 years, between 2007 and 2014, most recently managing the Commissioner’s Auckland Investigations Team. Daimhin then moved into the private sector, taking up a position as Privacy Officer for Sovereign Assurance. In this role, Daimhin provided operational and strategic privacy advice to all parts of the business, and developed and executed a privacy strategy and programme of work for the company. Daimhin holds an LLB from Edinburgh University and an LLM (Hons) in Public Law from the University of Auckland. Daimhin is a member of the NZ Subcommittee for the International Association of Privacy Professionals (iapp) ANZ and Co-Chair of iapp’s ANZ Certification Advisory Board.