How to Comply with Australian Data Protection Law Using Immuta

The State of Australian Data Protection Law

Australian data protection law is undergoing a sea change, due in part to recent data breaches impacting organizations across the country. Financial services firms in particular are facing increasing regulatory scrutiny as the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) expands its data security standards.

The Security-Utility Balance

Adjusting to the APRA’s guidelines and other Australian data protection laws is business critical, but in the fast-paced world of financial services, it’s also imperative to not fully lock down data to the point of uselessness.

Balancing the security requirements of Australian data protection laws with data access doesn’t need to be a roadblock. In this solution brief, you’ll learn:

  • The key information security and data risk management stipulations laid out in the APRA’s CPS 234, CPG 234, and CPG 235 guides
  • Which data security capabilities are considered best practices to creating a compliant policy framework, including zero trust and data monitoring
  • How the Immuta Data Security Platform discovers, secures, and monitors data for threat detection, making it easy for organizations to adhere to APRA standards and other Australian data protection laws