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Preventing data breaches


When: Thursday, April 22, 2021

What Time: 11:00 AM AEST - 12:00 PM AEST, click here to check your time zone

Where: Online - join via your computer!

Presented by: Greg Lewis & Connor Dilleen


About the Webinar

Malicious or criminal attacks are a leading cause of data breaches. Join us and the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner to find out what steps you should take to mitigate risk. You'll also learn about your obligations in keeping client information safe.

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Greg Lewis

Greg is a tax adviser. He began his career as a graduate at KPMG, then moved to Ernst & Young, where he was promoted to the position of principal in the tax division. After returning to KPMG as a partner, Greg went on to become a consultant in tax at the law firm Minter Ellison. He has been a company director and chairman of various organisations, both public and private. He was Managing Director of specialist industrial fittings manufacturer Bayside Benders Pty Ltd, supplying the civil, electrical and telecommunications industries. He is a Committee Member of the Bellarine Bayside Committee of Management, and Executive Committee member of Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron. He is a consultant to private companies on a wide range of technical and strategic matters. Greg holds a Bachelor of Economics and a Masters in Taxation.

Greg was appointed to the Board in December 2015 and reappointed in February 2019. Greg served as Acting Chair of the Board for periods in 2016, 2017 and 2019.

Connor Dilleen

Connor Dilleen is a Director in the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner’s (OAIC) Dispute Resolution Branch and is responsible for the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme. Prior to joining the OAIC in mid-2019, Connor was the Director of the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s Sydney office, where he coordinated a program of industry collaboration, awareness raising and education on cyber security. Connor has also worked across a number of other Australian Government agencies, including the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Office of National Assessment. His public sector experience includes cyber and information security, foreign policy, intelligence, criminal and compliance investigations, risk management and governance.