26 June 2014 | Professional Development Event 


Singapore Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA): What you cannot miss in your IT systems and projects?






 

When

Thursday 26 June, 2014 from 7.00 PM to 9:00 PM SGT 
* Registrations & Refreshments start from 6.30 PM
  

Where

Function Room 4.1 - 4.2 @ Administration Building

Singapore Management University 

Administration Building

81 Victoria Street

Singapore 188065  

 

 

Fee

itSMF Member: Free 
* For itSMF members who registered  for this event but fail to attend without  prior notice or a valid reason, a no-  show fee of SGD 50.00 will be  charged. 
 
SPMI Member: SGD 25.00 
*2 PDUs will be given to SPMI  members
 
Non-Members: SGD 50.00
*EARLY BIRD SGD25.00 Discount!   Valid till 20 June, 2014
 
 

Contact

Sarah
itSMF Singapore Chapter 
65- 63275688 
customercare@itsmf.org.sg 

 

 

 

Singapore's PDPA - Personal Data Protection Act 2012 - will move to be fully in-force on July 2, 2014 (6 days from this talk!). 

 

Hopefully you are well prepared for these changes, but if not, this talk will give: 
 
.    An overview of the PDPA and the requirements it places
     on businesses 
.    Sample risk evaluation criteria 
.    Example compliance plans 

.    An opportunity for Q&A and knowledge sharing

  

  About the Speaker

  

Professional experience, starting with most recent: 4 years in startups (cloud, digital experiences, CDN, consulting). 4 years at Microsoft (Singapore) Communications and Media sector for managed IP solutions. 20 years at Nortel (all 6 continents) is sales, professional services, procurement with lots of GRC (governance risk compliance), change management and business process (re)engineering.

 

Southern was a contributor to the PDPA during the public consultation stage and is now assisting several clients in reaching compliance. Singapore PR since 2000, married to Anggara, a lecturer at NTU and with two children. See www.pasoco.biz for more info.

  

  

Disclaimer:
All programs and events are subject to change and/or cancellation due to scheduling conflicts, availability of the speaker, low registration and/or circumstances beyond the control of the itSMFSingapore Chapter