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Privacy by Design Awards findings and insights

Privacy by Design Awards

Which brands operating in the Australian market are upholding the Privacy by Design Principles in the most meaningful ways?

CyberCX has analysed the digital ‘shopfronts’ of leading Australian consumer brands across 11 industry sectors against the Privacy by Design Principles.

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Privacy by Design Awards 2022

Brands leading the pack for each of the seven Principles were celebrated at the inaugural CyberCX Privacy by Design Awards Dinner held in Sydney on May 5, 2022.

 

Privacy by Design Awards findings and insights

Observations in the Australian Market 2022

Observations in the Australian Market Report is the first edition of the analysis of over 100 top consumer brands operating in Australia and their performance against the 7 Privacy by Design Principles, to uncover what brands are doing to demonstrate excellence in Privacy by Design.

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Privacy by Design Awards findings and insights

“Privacy by Design is about considering data protection and privacy issues upfront in everything you do. It can help you ensure that you comply with the UK GDPR’s fundamental principles and requirements, and forms part of the focus on accountability.“

– UK Information Commissioner’s Office

“Privacy by Design aims to build data protection and privacy into the design of processing operations and information systems, in order to comply with data protection principles.“

– European Data Protection Supervisor

“Privacy by Design takes the view that the future of privacy in a digitally driven society cannot be assured solely by compliance with regulatory frameworks; rather, privacy assurance must ideally become an organization’s default mode of operation.“

– Office of the Privacy Commissioner, NZ

“Privacy by Design is a process for embedding good privacy practices into the design specifications of technologies, business practices and physical infrastructures. This means building privacy into the design specifications and architecture of new systems and processes.“

– Office of the Australian Information Commissioner

Privacy by Design Awards 2022

Award categories

Overall winner

Apple


2022 Top Performer: Australian Corporate

National Australia Bank


2022 Top Performer: Federal Government

Australian Broadcasting Corporation


2022 Top Performer: State Government

Service NSW


Principle 1: Proactive not Reactive; Preventative not Remedial

2022 Top Performer
Apple


Principle 2: Privacy as the Default Setting

2022 Top Performer
Apple


Principle 3: Privacy Embedded into Design

2022 Top Performer
Airbnb


Principle 4: Full Functionality – Positive-Sum, not Zero-Sum

2022 Top Performer
BP


Principle 5: End-to-End Security – Full Lifecycle Protection

2022 Top Performer
Uber Eats


Principle 6: Visibility and Transparency – Keep it Open

2022 Top Performer
Australian Broadcasting Corporation


Principle 7: Respect for User Privacy – Keep it User-Centric

2022 Top Performer
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Privacy by Design Awards findings and insights

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