OPC releases report card on mandatory privacy breach notification
The Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) has released its report on the first year of mandatory privacy breach notification under the New Zealand Privacy Act 2020.
The report identifies a number of interesting trends, particularly regarding the prominent causes of privacy breaches notified to the OPC and the nature of the resulting harms.
W+K’s Mark Anderson and Joseph Fitzgerald look at the key takeaways from the report and the insights they create for insurers and their customers.
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