Since its enactment in 2012, personal data protection laws govern the collection, use and disclosure of individuals’ personal data by organisations. Data security is one of the key factors that safeguard business’ reputations and provide assurance to all stakeholders that their data is being collected and processed securely. In 2021, amendments are expected to be made to the Personal Data Protection Act (“PDPA”) to strengthen organisational accountability and consumer protection, while giving organisations the confidence to harness personal data for innovation.
Join us and Mr Nicholas Cheong on Wednesday, 2 March 2021, 3pm to 4pm, as we discuss and share the latest amendments to the PDPA that takes effect from 1 February 2021 onwards.
About the speaker
Nicholas practiced law for 25 years in the areas of civil, criminal, medico legal, personal injury, probate, family, employment, insolvency, intellectual property and commercial litigation He appeared as legal counsel from the State Courts to Court of Appeal (in landmark cases on civil procedure, evidence, and insolvency).
Nicholas has spoken at various forums organised by professional bodies and societies such as the Singapore Medical Association and Medico Legal Society He has also facilitated workshops on “Workplace misconduct investigations”, “Workplace disciplinary hearings”, and “Investigative interviewing” for Global Hotel, government hospital and Government Linked Company. He has also provided “Expert Witness Training” workshops to help government hospital doctors and psychiatrists deal with their anxieties in appearing as expert witnesses in Court.
He was in the first batch of WSQ/PDPC approved trainers for the 2 day data protection program. He currently trains Advanced Diploma data protection modules at the SMU Academy as well as the CIPM program for a training provider.
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