Privacy Commissioner’s small budget to make policing new data breach laws difficult, experts say

Australia’s new data breach laws require businesses and government entities to disclose hacks and leaks that cause “serious harm”, with fines of up to $2.1 million for those who don’t comply, but experts say the agency responsible for enforcing them may not have the resources to do so.

You can read the full story on the Sydney Morning Herald website

You can read a transcript of my interview with the Privacy Commissioner on this website


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