For those doing business in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, or in other parts of the Asia Pacific region, privacy is a significant concern.
Businesses holding personal data have a responsibility to preserve the privacy and confidentiality of that data. This task is complex, especially in an era of sophisticated, global cybercrime. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates can help protect data and meet the demands of privacy laws across the region.
Protecting personal information has become a global concern. Governments throughout the Asia Pacific region have enacted legislation that requires businesses and other organizations to implement practices to protect private and confidential information.
These include, for example:
Privacy Act of Australia
Privacy Act of New Zealand
Personal Data Protection Act of Singapore
Act on the Protection of Personal Information of Japan