Security and cyber protection

As the reliance on the computerised flow of information continues to increase, so is the risk to that flow. Many make it easy for sensitive and private information to be hacked by a lack of appropriate administration and security policies around the transfer and handling of information.  It has been said there are two types of organisations: those who know they have been hacked and those who have been hacked, but do not know it. Almost, every day there is news about a hacked company, regardless of size.  You take on additional responsibilities when handling the health information of your clients. Known for his unwavering commitment to educational excellence professor Everitt will provide valuable insight on this important topic. In this lecture you will learn:

  • Data breach and legalities
  • Updates on the Privacy Act 1998
  • Secure information storage              
  • Multi-factor Authentication
  • Important considerations when updating your computer
  • Revelations and statistics from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) and ACCC. 
About Professor Terry Everitt

Professor Terry Everitt is an acknowledged leader in Clinical Aesthetics education and conferred as Professor of Aesthetic Sciences in December 2019.

His specialities include training development and implementation in Advanced Clinical Aesthetics. Previously he was involved with legislative compliance in Vocational Education and Training (VET) (AQF, NVR Standards, and National Code).

Professor Everitt has a well-established national and international reputation as a regular conference speaker on ingredient science and aesthetic procedures both at aesthetic and cosmetic medical conferences.  He is the contributor of the Scientific News section of APJ Journal and a member of the APAN Advisory Council.