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Develop and implement organisational-level data governance strategy and structure

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Develop and implement organisational-level data governance strategy and structure

Course Overview

Learners will be able to develop and implement organizational-level data governance strategy

and structure to support the decision-making process on data-related matters and enforce

adherence to data policies, procedures and practices within the organisation.

Who Should Attend

1. Data Protection Officers

2. Staff who formulate and review data protection policies

3. Staff who develop data protection management programmes

Course Duration

2 Days/16 hours

Course Outline

Data and privacy laws, regulations and key obligations under the PDPA

  • 9 main obligations
  • DNC
  • Exemptions

Evolving data-driven innovation needs and expectations and way in which data can be leveraged in order to deliver innovative products and services

  • Economic growth and relationship to new products and services
  • Increased output and productivity

Implementation considerations for data governance structures

  • What is data governance
  • What is data governance policy
  • Assembling a data governance team
  • Goals and benefits of data governance
  • Implementation

 o Vision for data governance

 o Mission statement

 o Goals

 o Success measures

 o Capabilities necessary

 o Roles and responsibilities

Tools and frameworks

Knowledge about technology-related framework and data-related frameworks

Organisations perspective on ICT technologies. IT/cyber security, data ethics and data sharing principles

Personal data requirements of the following industries:

  • Telecommunications
  • Real estate and Management Corporations
  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Social Services
  • Transport Industry

Reference:

  • Advisory Guidelines for the Telecommunication Sector
  • Advisory Guidelines for the Real Estate Agency Sector
  • Advisory Guidelines for the Education Sector
  • Advisory Guidelines for the Healthcare Sector
  • Advisory Guidelines for the Social Service Sector
  • Advisory Guidelines on In-vehicle Recordings by Transport Services for Hire
  • Advisory Guidelines for Management Corporations
  • Guide to Data Protection by Design for ICT Systems
  • Guide to Data protection Impact Assessments
  • Trusted Data Sharing Framework

Mode of Assessment

Learners will be required to undergo assessment, consisting of a written test and oral

questioning. Both will be conducted in the classroom

Course Objectives

Learners will have knowledge of the following:

  • Data and privacy laws, regulations and key obligations under the PDPA
  • Evolving data-driven innovation needs and expectations, and ways in which data can be leveraged/harnessed in order to deliver innovative products and services
  • Implementation considerations for data governance structures
  • Knowledge about technology-related framework (eg AI Governance Framework) and datarelated frameworks (eg data sharing, data valuation)
  • Organisation's perspective on ICT technologies, IT/cyber security, data ethics and data sharing principles.
  • Knowledge of a related industry domain.

Learners will be able to perform the following:

  • Implement checks and periodically monitor the handling of personal data across the organisation
  • Monitor and maintain systems to check compliance against data governance guidelines
  • Establish a proper governance structure and define the data protection roles and responsibilities of each officer identified in the organisation
  • Review the effectiveness of existing governance structure, policies and processes.
  • Oversee roll out of new or revised policies and practices on data governance, clarifying complex queries
  • Identify data to be governed and determine data usage and policies
  • Able to develop strategy that balance the need for data protection and data innovation
  •  Identify potential conflicts between DP and DI and recommend a balanced approach to resolving these conflicts.

Pre-requisites

1. Learner has attended and is competent for module titled Fundamentals of Personal Data Protection Act

2. Learners are assumed to be able to:

  • Understand relevant organisational strategies, objectives, culture, policies, processes and products / services;
  • Have information gathering skills to gather and collate necessary data;
  • Have analytical skills to assess policies and procedures;
  • Have business writing skills to prepare management report;
  • Have interpersonal and communication skills to interact with relevant stakeholders;
  • Have facilitation skills to ask the right questions to elicit necessary information; and
  • Be aware of compliance requirements of organisation.

Price

Price to be advised.

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