Some data protection officers are champions of the people – realising their job is about change, and likely inconvient.
From the Blog on Data protection
Each context may use the same word, with different meaning. We need to understand both the context we work in and the definitions used.
Data protection impact assessments are essential. However, they are not a silver bullet. They make three assumptions.
The challenge comes with negative surprises. When the data we collect gets used for all kinds of things we didn’t or couldn’t imagine.
When we talk about data security, privacy, protection, what are we protecting? Securing? Keeping private? Who’s it for?
The recent events in Afghanistan are not just about Afghanistan, but rather about how we work and the ecosystem in which we work. Here are 10 things to do.
When you ask for more and more information about me, I get suspicious and wonder why you need this information, what you do with it.
"Anyone have contacts in the airline industry, I'm looking to map flight details of all those infected with COVID-19." Seen on Twitter I saw this tweet a few weeks ago. It was the beginning of a deluge of tweets from well meaning people wanting to help with COVID-19....
Sharing data between organisations can be very helpful, even be expected, but also cause harm. Here are a few considerations to work through before sharing.