DGA hosted some great events in 2018. It’s been a great year.
Here are some of the highlights:
- Private boardroom breakfast for 20 Data Privacy & Protection Leaders where KPMG’s Kelly Henney, National Leader of Data Privacy and Paul Black, Cyber Forensics Practice, spoke on the topic of ‘What questions should executives and the board be asking to ensure their organisations are data-ready – both in terms of mitigating risk and maximising opportunities?’
This was followed by a roundtable discussion which included sharing experiences and ideas.
- Private boardroom Healthcare and Data luncheon with Stephen Duckett, Director, Health Program, GRATTAN Institute, who spoke on ‘All complications should count: Using data to improve healthcare’. Attending where 20 very senior healthcare leaders who represented all aspects of the healthcare sector and were keen to share experiences and opportunities in data and digitisation.
- Data Privacy and Protection conference hosted by Criterion, endorsed by DGA with members receiving a 30% discount on tickets. DGA Managing Director, Anthony Hollis, chaired one of the days and approximately 200 senior data protection, privacy and governance leaders attended.
- Australian Data Summit conference hosted by Akolade, endorsed by DGA with members receiving a 30% discount on tickets. DGA Managing Director, Anthony Hollis, moderated two panels and approximately 200 senior data protection, privacy and governance leaders attended.
- Digital Government WA Summit hosted by Akolade which provided leading case studies exploring a whole-of-government approach to digital transformation, increased digital capability and building cyber resilience. Digital Government WA.
Upcoming 2019 Events
DGA will be returning in 2019 with a variety of events planned:
- Private boardroom events featuring speakers, such as Damon Rees, CEO Service NSW, and Samantha Yorke, Public Policy and Government Relations, Google.
- Data conferences including the 2nd Data Privacy & Protection conference hosted by Criterion in Melbourne with Rachel Dixon, Deputy Commissioner, Privacy & Data Protection, Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner as the keynote for the conference.
- Series of private boardroom healthcare events.
For more information visit our events page here