Changes to Privacy Legislation – What Landlords & Property Managers Should Know
Effective November 1, 2018, landlords and property managers, across Canada, will have enhanced obligations to keep records and report data breaches under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). The purpose of the regulation is to ensure that Canadians, including tenants, receive consistent information about data breaches (“breach of security safeguards”) that may pose a “significant harm” to them, and that notifications contain sufficient information to enable them to understand the significance and potential impact of the breach.
In order to assist members in understanding the requirements of the PIPEDA enhanced legislation, and potential exposure to new liabilities, FRPO CRB will be holding a webinar on Friday, October 26th at 10:30 – 11:30 AM. Ms. Laura Glithero, from Cohen Highley, will be reviewing the legislative changes, its requirements, and its impact on landlords and property managers.
Topics to be covered in the Webinar will include the following:
1) Mandatory reporting of the breach to the Information and Privacy Commissioner;
2) Mandatory notice to affected individuals; and other organizations;
3) Mandatory record-keeping of data breaches; and
4) Incident Report Plan
$60 plus HST for FRPO Members
$120 plus HST for Non-Members
Logins will be sent out 24 hours prior to the webinar taking place. Space is limited.
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