::fibreculture:: [LINK] The Cyber White Paper
Marghanita da Cruz
marghanita at ramin.com.au
Fri Oct 21 00:10:59 CEST 2011
FWIW my comment is still awaiting moderation:
> October 19, 2011 at 9:50 am
> The capability of Directors and Office Bearers to meet their obligations in relation to privacy laws would be assisted with the implementation of a Responsible Collection and Management of Data Certificate similar to the Responsible Serving of Alcohol Certificate.
> See example here:
> More about Corporate Governance of ICT at
stephen at melbpc.org.au wrote:
> Connecting with confidence: optimising Australia's digital future
> Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
> "Connecting with confidence: optimising Australia's digital future"
> 18 October 2011
> This paper seeks to start discussion how government, industry and the
> community can work together to address the challenges and risks arising
> from greater digital engagement.
> The result of this conversation will be the release of Australia's first
> Cyber White Paper in the first half of 2012.
> This discussion paper seeks your views on a wide range of issues,
> including how we can together minimise cyber risks so we can maximise
> social and economic opportunities in the digital economy.
> We greatly value your views on how we can get the right balance between
> Australia's social, economic and security needs. The discussion paper is
> not designed for a technical audience. However, a glossary of terms has
> been provided at the back of the document to assist readers unfamiliar
> with terms or concepts.
> The Cyber White Paper website: http://www.cyberwhitepaper.dpmc.gov.au
> will enable electronic lodgement of submissions relating to questions in
> the discussion paper.
> Written submissions can be forwarded electronically to
> cyberwhitepaper at pmc.gov.au or via mail to the Department of the Prime
> Minister and Cabinet, One National Circuit, Barton, 2600, ACT.
> The White Paper team will accept written submissions from 14 September to
> 14 November, after which formal submissions will close.
> The final White Paper will be released in the first half of 2012.
> Link mailing list
> Link at mailman.anu.edu.au
Marghanita da Cruz
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