Meet our team - Henry Davis York

Ken Wong

Senior Associate

61 2 9947 6599

Ken is an IT and commercial lawyer specialising in technology, communications, intellectual property, e-commerce, payment services, privacy and data protection.


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Ken has extensive in-house and private practice experience drafting and negotiating large-scale technology procurement contracts, including software application development, ownership and licensing, software as a service, outsourcing and cloud computing arrangements.

Ken advises on privacy and credit reporting laws, including drafting privacy policies, consent forms, collection notices, privacy impact assessments and privacy clauses in commercial contracts. He also advises on data protection issues, including drafting data transfer agreements for both local and multinational organisations, and advising on laws on data protection and security.

Ken's area of focus is in the financial services sector. He has particular interest in financial services technology and innovation. He has deep understanding of technology commercialisation and intellectual property rights issues.



BA LLB Grad Dip (Legal Practice)


  • Big 4 Australian Bank

    Advising on the design, development and roll-out of a revolutionary new point of sale payment solution - comprising a secure merchant terminal and open platform for the deployment of software apps - which is set to transform the way business operates.

  • Commonwealth Government

    Advising on a large-scale multi-vendor procurement project involving the development of a front-end loans origination system and integration with a credit reporting agency's systems.

  • Global Payments Provider

    Advising on the transitioning out of hosted services provided from a data centre, including drafting and negotiating various transactional documents to effect the transition.

  • Big 4 Australian Bank

    Advising on various privacy matters, including undertaking large numbers of privacy impact assessments, advising on credit reporting laws, processes and procedures, and drafting privacy training modules and materials.

  • Global Telecommunications Company

    Advising on various data security and protection issues, including in relation to amendments to Australian national security laws.

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