In an increasingly digital world, the biggest concern for any organization is data privacy and security.
As companies and consumers continue to engage in tech-driven lifestyles, security measures must be put in place to build and maintain reputation, respect, and trust.
Emapta, a leading global outsourcing services provider, has partnered with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) in observance of Australia Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) on May 1 to 7, 2023.
With the theme, “Back to Basics”, PAW continues to focus on the fundamental nature of privacy and how people can rightfully uphold it in today’s digital world.
Emapta joins other top Australian organizations on the 2023 AU-PAW website as staunch supporters of Privacy Awareness Week.
The commitment to cyber security
Emapta has long been an advocate of data security in Australia and in other regions where it holds business.
In 2023, the company achieved several milestones in support of this advocacy.
The company set up a Data Privacy Framework, which covers Privacy Impact Assessments, an Incident Management Playbook, and Privacy Assessment Registers. These will help ensure consistency in observing privacy laws wherever it operates.
Finally, Emapta expects to be certified for ISO 27001 Readiness and SOC 2 Type 1 Attestation by the second quarter of 2023 through its external auditor, QRC Solutions.
An infrastructure of excellence
Emapta’s Information Security Department leads the organization’s critical data protection initiatives and is responsible for performing periodic checks and reviews of security controls and policies.
In its 12 years of operations across Asia, the Americas, and Europe, Emapta has built a reputation for success, much of which can be attributed to its world-class IT security and compliance. Its on-site leadership and management have helped clients pivot to a protected and digitally ready business environment for the years to come.