Data Breach Notification Scheme Training Webinar (2022)

 (for training for health service providersclick here)


This webinar provides training on the requirements of the Data Breach Notification Scheme (DBN Scheme) under the Commonwealth Privacy Act.

The DBN Scheme requires organisations to notify the Commissioner and affected individuals of serious data breaches, having a major impact on data breach incident response measures.

The course equips participants with a detailed understanding of:

•  the DBN Scheme requirements;
•  how to assess the seriousness of incidents and apply scheme requirements in real-life scenarios;
•  how prompt remedial action can prevent the triggering of scheme requirements;
•  issues to address in supplier and client contracts.

Attendees receive a bound Participant Handbook which contains course materials and provides a DBN Scheme reference handbook for future use.

The course can be purchased as a package (50% discount) with the Privacy Training Webinar (which concludes one hour prior). Each course must be registered for separately (with discount coupons for the DBN Scheme course - see below).

Course outline

      Entities, information and acts
      Employee records
      Remedial action
2-Scheme requirements
      Breach Assessment
      Review exemptions
3-Breach assessment
      Suspected breaches
      "Eligible data breach"
      "Serious harm"
4-Data breach statement
      Contents of statement
      Sample statement
      To Commissioner
      To individuals
6-Jointly-held information
      Special provisions
      Contractual measures

Who should attend?

Senior staff responsible for managing privacy, such as Privacy Officers, Chief Information Officers, privacy managers, records managers and risk managers


Jeremy Douglas-Stewart is a specialist privacy consultant and has been recognised as a leading privacy lawyer in Australia and corporate workshop presenter. Jeremy has extensive experience in advising businesses and government on privacy laws and data management practices, has published widely in the field of privacy (including as author of an Australian privacy law loose-leaf reporting service) and has over 15 years’ experience in delivering privacy training seminars. Jeremy was a member of the Privacy Commissioner's Consultative Group during the review of the Privacy Act in 2004/05 and of the Australian Law Reform Commission's Privacy Principles Roundtable in 2007.


Held in Zoom. Attendees view the presenter and screen presentations. Attendees are able to communicate with the presenter by voice or chat box throughout the webinar to discuss issues. Attendee cameras are set to ‘off’ (ie attendees do not appear on-screen). Places are limited to ensure optimal class sizes for learning and interaction.

Cost -

$260 + GST


Package discount -  50% when purchased with the Privacy Training Webinar (enter coupon code "pack50" when registering online for DBN Scheme course). It is necessary to register for the two webinars separately.

Group discounts - 2 persons - 5%; 3 persons - 7.5%; 4 + persons - 10% (applied automatically)

Not-For-Profit discount - 5%. To obtain the discount when ordering online, enter coupon code “nfp” (if ordering with a 50% package discount, enter coupon code "pack50nfp" to obtain both discounts together, totalling 55%).

Materials only If you cannot attend a webinar, Participant Handbooks can be ordered separately at a 50% discount. Simply register a place in a webinar with the coupon code "handbook" and the order will be processed accordingly.

Dates & times (2022) 

 Day   Time
 Fri, 29 July 2022   4.00 pm - 5.00 pm (AEST)
 Wed, 16 Nov 2022   2.30 pm - 3.30 pm (AEDT)

To request e-notification of webinar dates, send us your email address through our contact us form with "Notification request - Privacy webinar" in the subject field.   


This product is sold subject to the Standard terms for seminars, workshops & webinars


Related products
>  Privacy Training Workshop 
>  Online Privacy Training for Privacy Officers & Managers
>  Online Privacy Training for Staff  
Australian Privacy Law Handbook






To register, click on the desired
webinar date below.

Fri, 29 July 2022 

Wed, 16 Nov 2022