Privacy Advisory Services
Preliminary Data Use
This service focusses on a simplified, preliminary assessment of a data use case compromising of personal and/or sensitive data. The use case is assessed against privacy information legislation, indicating that the use case can continue to be developed by the customer. Ethics considerations and concerns to be highlighted for further investigation and consideration. A customer interview and informal site survey may also be required.
Privacy and Ethics
This service expands the baseline knowledge of the Preliminary Data Use Case assessment based on customer business requirements and needs. It consists of data discovery, classification, environment lifecycle examination (based on architecture designs & business designs) and highlighted data cross over functions. The assessment also covers operational impacts on ethics & privacy principles for the purpose of establishing compliance, risk identification and offsets (security and value creation). Communication needs are assessed via stakeholder and client interviews.
Privacy and Ethics Impact
This service involves the exploration and audit of PEIA recommendations implementation. Stakeholder online surveys can gauge/measure unintended privacy & ethics results, and recommendations are updated as needed. The exploration of the above allows for a comprehensive evaluation of the long-term effects & implications of personal and/or sensitive data use. Business needs and technical environments are susceptible to change over time and therefore they must be assessed at appropriate intervals.
Leverage our expertise
Why partner with NEC?
For over 50 years, NEC Australia has been committed to creating technology that benefits the wider community (orchestrating a brighter world). As part of that commitment, we design products with a ‘privacy by design’ approach, particularly when it comes to our biometric solutions and AI algorithm development. NEC has been a member of the Biometric Institute globally for over 30 years and helped to draft the guide on ethical biometric usage.
Our expertise and experience enables us to best advise our customers on how to implement technology so that they receive the best outcomes possible for their investment – minimising harms and risks, including reputational damage that unfortunately happens when technological leaps are made too quickly (without much thought for the wider consequences).