Sunday, 17 May 2020

CASE STUDY: DATA PROTECTION

TASK: Support Association of Jersey Charities and Jersey Community Partnership with guidance and tools for GDPR.

ROLE:Business Analysis / Consultancy

ISSUES:In 2018 Charities are facing a number of challenges... [1.] A new Information Commissioner Office and GDPR [2.] e-Privacy and guidance is being updated [3.] A new Children’s Commissioner [4.] Changes to Jersey's regulation of Health and Social Care [5.] TheStates are encouraging organisations to Cyber Essentials, and it is probable that this will be a conditional precedent to doing business with the States or receiving funding. Working with Association of Jersey Charities and Jersey Community Partnership provided support and guidance on GDPR, in the context of the above. For example not just looking at the data protection issues, but providing a broader and integrated approach to governance, accountability, transparency and control.

ACTION:Key steps [ 1. ]Meetings with Association of Jersey Charities and Jersey Community Partnership to agree need, scope and approach [ 2. ] Workshops with representative charities to understand challenges, issues and requirements [ 3. ] Create basic tools, templates and guidance based on the feedback from representative charities and other work with Community Savings, Caring Cooks and Les Houmet Car Home. [ 4. ] Presentations to 110 members of Association of Jersey Charities to encourage and support collaborative and integrated approach to addressing common issues [ 5. ] Set-up social media campaign providing education and guidance via blogs, articles and twitter [ 6. ] Set-up Question and Answer service sharing answers and detailed guidanceon key issues

OUTCOME:A series of tools, templates, training and guidance for members of Association of Jersey Charities and Jersey Community Partnership. These useful to ensure compliance with GDPR, but more importantly (for a sector worth 80 million and serving some of the most needy in the community) strong governance and control resulting in data being private, safe and secure. This is essential to trust and support.

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