PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION – WHAT ARE YOUR OBLIGATIONS?
By Comeandsee Global | 04 May 2021
For financial institutions, customer data is its most important and valuable asset. But if the data were ever to be misused, it can have terrible consequences to the customer, for example, identity theft, loss of assets and so on.
The Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) was created to protect those who share their personal data with organisations such as banks and other financial institutions, by regulating how the organisation can collect, use, disclose and secure the personal data. It is important for financial institutions and their employees to be aware of the PDPC, as any breach can result in consequences such as a financial penalty by the Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC), reputational damage and etc.
- Know the key principles of the PDPA.
- Know the 9 Obligations under PDPA.
- Know the 4 measures for complying with PDPA Obligations.
- Know the PDPA enforcement actions and penalties.
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ADELINE KOH – Lead Content Expert
Adeline graduated with a Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) degree in Economics from the National University of Singapore. She is also a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute, UK and a Certified Risk Professional Manager, ARiM.