DGA establishes enforceable industry standards – the Code of Practice – and sets benchmarks around the collection, use and management of data in Australia. These standards are about being the champions for responsible data use while allowing business to drive innovation and growth.
In signing up to the Code of Practice, DGA members affirm their commitment and as such, are able to wear the DGA Trust Mark. Providing consumers with a visible symbol of a quality and businesses with a clear differentiator.
DGA members are represented at the highest levels of government, in the interest of ensuring that Australia maintains a self-regulatory and innovative data environment.
Ensuring that DGA members affirm their commitment to and align with Code of Practice is a major part of our work.
A recent decision in a privacy case challenges the limits of consent, suggesting consumer consent does not validate over-collection of personal information and cannot override an entity’s requirement to only collect the personal information reasonably necessary for its functions and activities
The long-awaited decision between Microsoft and the US Justice Department about cross-border access to data will be waited no more, with the US Supreme Court declaring there is no longer a case to decide following the passage of the CLOUD Act.
Hear experts in the General Data Protective Regulation (GDPR) talk about the good, bad and ugly and learn how to enhance your data governance practice.