Information privacy is mainly concerned with protection of personally identifiable information. Information privacy is an arduous task, in particular, in the context of complex adaptive and multi-party heterogeneous digital ecosystems. There is a need to identify and understand the relevant privacy laws and standards for designing the secure digital ecosystems. This paper presents the results of our information privacy research in digital ecosystems through the lens of Australian privacy regulations and standards. The research results indicate that information privacy is a critical phenomenon; however, it is not adequately addressed in the context of end-to-end digital ecosystem. It is recommended that a multi-layered approach is required by reviewing and mapping Australian information privacy laws and standards at different layers to design secure digital ecosystems.
Anwar, Memoona; Gill, Asif; and Beydoun, Ghassan, "A review of Australian information privacy laws and standards for secure digital ecosystems" (2018). ACIS 2018 Proceedings. 36.