Dare to share: Sharing Personal Data to Better Serve Citizens and Communities
We held a free seminar with the Welsh Government, the Effective Services for Vulnerable Groups Board and Wales Council for Voluntary Action to share good practice, highlight examples where organisations have ‘dared to share’ and address some of the myths that still surround the sharing of personal data.
- An understanding of how organisations share data and apply it to their work
- Organisation wide sustainable solutions for how they share and manage personal data in accordance with the Wales Accord on the Sharing of Personal Information (WASPI).
- An opportunity to bust many of the myths that surround data sharing
Who the event was aimed at
- Public Service Boards
- Heads of Service
- Public Protection Leads
- Senior Information Risk Officers
- Sharing data across sector [PDF 1.6MB Opens in new window] - Claire Williams, CAIS
- Breaking down the internal barriers [PDF 380KB Opens in new window] - Francine Salem, Wrexham County Borough Council
- How to share personal data on a geographical basis [PDF 380KB Opens in new window] - Jackie Evans, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service
- It’s not a one size fit’s all approach - Helen Phillips, The Information Commissioner
- The Women’s Pathfinder - Achieving a Whole System Approach For a Complex Service User Group - Jade Theaker and Sara Evans, Wales Probation Service