PrivaTech Consulting

PrivaTech Consulting

October 22, 2008 08:00 ET

Business Seminar in Toronto on Avoiding Privacy and Security Breaches:

The Five Critical Steps for Maximum Protection

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Oct. 22, 2008) - Is your business exposed? Attend PrivaTech's seminar on November 26th, 2008 to learn cost-effective, simple strategies for avoiding the five biggest mistakes that lead to privacy and security breaches. This session is geared to senior executives or managers who are tasked with assessing privacy risks within their organization or piloting a privacy compliance initiative.

The costs associated with a breach devastate more and more companies in Canada. Negative publicity and loss of customer trust can destroy a business. Are you sure you're doing everything you can to reduce your risks? Don't miss this opportunity to get it right. As stated by a previous attendee: "This was an exceptional seminar...I came away with a lot of valuable information and great ideas for our company!" (Susan Walker, Compliance Co-ordinator, Pembridge and Pefco Insurance Companies).

Based on her experience in assisting numerous businesses and industry associations, as well as her consulting and legal work with the Federal Privacy Commissioner's office, Fazila Nurani (http://www.privatech.ca/about-privatech/privacy-consultant-profile/), President and Founder of PrivaTech Consulting, will provide an overview of recent legal decisions that all businesses can learn from. Nurani will then lead participants through a detailed discussion of the key components for an effective privacy management program, including:

- Internal accountability;

- Working policies and procedures;

- Personal information safeguards;

- A successful privacy training program; and

- Compliance monitoring approaches.

"Fazila Nurani is an excellent privacy trainer", says Laura Simeoni, past Director of Internal Audit Services at the Royal Bank Financial Group. "Through engaging training sessions, she has the ability to turn privacy legal requirements into understandable, highly relevant and achievable best practices."

"Our mission is to help businesses develop the competencies to face privacy responsibilities with confidence. With the right training and education, we have empowered numerous companies to manage privacy with minimal external assistance, regardless of their size or industry focus", says Nurani. "We are proud to be providing companies with the knowledge they need to handle personal information responsibly and create a privacy-conscious work environment...doing so has proven critical to building trusting relationships with customers and employees."

Visit http://www.PrivaTechSeminar.com to register. Space is limited to 20 participants.

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