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Industry Insights: Frameworks and Controls for Data Sharing [VIRTUAL]

Join us for the launch of the data sharing publications which represent a culmination of previous works/publication lead by Ian Oppermann over the past several years. This event will also be attended by Minister Dominello as a thank you for his term in office whilst supporting the work of the ACS.

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<strong>This event is intended for leaders and professionals.<br><br>ACS Frameworks and Controls for Data Sharing</strong><br><br>The fifth and final report of a ground-breaking series on data sharing, the ACS report Frameworks and Controls for Data Sharing brings them all together, providing a final set of solutions for businesses and governments struggling to address the critical issue of shared data. It identifies the key controls and methods to ensure that data is treated appropriately along its lifecycle, preserving the privacy of individuals whose data is contained within while ensuring maximum possible value from data sharing practices. For organisations looking to get to get the greatest value out of their data – and to minimise the risks of data breaches – it is a must-read.<br><br><strong>Data and the Digital Self: What the 21st Century Needs</strong><br><br>A series of essays by some of the leading minds on data sharing and privacy in Australia, this book takes a look at some of the critical data-related issues facing Australia today and tomorrow. It looks at digital identity and privacy in the 21st century; at privacy laws and what they need to look like to be effective in the era of big data; at how businesses and governments can work better to build trust in this new era; and at how we need to look beyond just privacy and personal information as we develop solutions over the coming decades.<br><br><strong>Key Takeaways</strong><br>•    Key controls and methods to ensure that data is treated appropriately along its lifecycle,<br>•    preserving the privacy of individuals whose data is contained within while ensuring maximum possible value from data sharing practices.<br>•    Critical data-related issues facing Australia today and tomorrow, <br>•    Digital identity and privacy in the 21st century; <br>•    Privacy laws and what they need to look like to be effective in the era of big data; <br>•    How businesses and governments can work better to build trust in this new era<br><br><strong>Speakers</strong><br>- The Hon. Victor Dominello, NSW Government Minister for Customer Service<br>- Lyria Bennet-Moses, Director at Allens Hub for Technology, Law and Innovation<br>- Professor Kimberlee Weatherall AACS, Chair of the ACS Artificial Intelligence Ethics Committee and Professor at University of Sydney Law School<br>- Dr Ian Oppermann FACS CP, NSW Chief Data Scientist and Industry Professor at UTS<br> 

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The Hon Victor Dominello

The Hon Victor Dominello


Lyria Bennett Moses

Lyria Bennett Moses


Kimberlee Weatherall

Kimberlee Weatherall

Professor Kimberlee Weatherall is a Professor of Law at the University of Sydney Law School. Her research spans intellectual property law, the relationship between law and emerging technologies, and international trade law. Her research program has a strong interdisciplinary focus, having included projects with economists, cognitive psychologists, and, currently, social scientists and data science. She has been a member of assorted government advisory committees including the Advisory Council on Intellectual Property, and is a past winner of Linux Australia’s Rusty Wrench award for contributions to the open source community for her work on law reforms consequent on the US-Australia Free Trade Agreement

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Ian Oppermann

Ian Oppermann

Dr. Ian Oppermann is the NSW Government's Chief Data Scientist and Industry Professor at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS). Ian has 25 years' experience in the ICT sector and, has led organizations with more than 300 people, delivering products and outcomes that have impacted hundreds of millions of people globally. He has held senior management roles in Europe and Australia as Director for Radio Access Performance at Nokia, Global Head of Sales Partnering (network software) at Nokia Siemens Networks, and then Divisional Chief and Flagship Director at CSIRO. Ian is considered a thought leader in the area of the Digital Economy and is a regular speaker on "Big Data", broadband enabled services and the impact of technology on society. He has contributed to 6 books and co-authored more than 120 papers which have been cited more than 3500 times. Ian has an MBA from the University of London and a Doctor of Philosophy in Mobile Telecommunications from Sydney University. Ian is a Fellow of the Institute of Engineers Australia, a Fellow of the IEEE and the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, a Fellow and President of the Australian Computer Society, and a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Ian is also president of the Australian National Committee of the IEC and president of the JTC1 strategic advisory committee.

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Industry Insights: Frameworks and Controls for Data Sharing [VIRTUAL]

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