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Implement personal data sharing policies to generate business value for the organisation

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Implement personal data sharing policies to generate business value for the organisation

Course Overview

Learners will learn how to implement personal data sharing policies with strategic utilization and exploitation of data assets to generate business value for the organisation. Also, establish

processes and procedures that enable the organisation to share and utilise data in an effective manner. This includes performing data valuation to assess and value data for sharing and

integrating the data of the organisation to ensure their viability and ability to drive business

value.

Who Should Attend

  • Data Protection Officers
  • Staff who formulate and review data protection policies
  • Staff who develop data protection management programmes

Course Duration

2 Days/16 hours

Course Outline

When personal data can be shared

  • Definition of data sharing
  • Sharing of data with Data Intermediaries
  • Sharing with one or many organisations
  • Factors to consider before sharing
  • How to share personal data
  • Consent

- Dynamic and iterative consent

- Exceptions to the consent obligation

  • Exempted Data Sharing Agreements

Checklist for Data Sharing Based on Consent or Exceptions

Data Sharing Workflow

Trusted Data Sharing Framework

  • Key considerations in Data Sharing
  • Key Roles in Data Sharing
  • Trust Principles

Legal and Regulatory Considerations

  •  Obligations under the PDPA

Operationalising Data Sharing

  • Factors to take into consideration
  • Stakeholders
  • Roles and responsibilities

Assess and conduct data valuation

  • Assessing what data can be shared
  • Assessing potential for sharing
  • Valuation approach
  • Valuing the data

Reference:

  • Guide to Data Sharing
  • Trusted Data Sharing Framework
  • Guide to Data Valuation for Data Sharing

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:

  • PDPC Guide to Trusted Data Sharing for organisation to share personal data within and between organisations
  • PDPC Data Sharing Handbook
  • Data Sharing models and key characteristics of the data sharing ecosystem
  • PDPC Guide to Data Valuation for Data Sharing

Learners will be able to perform the following:

  • Define approaches to take for sharing of personal data within the organisation, with data intermediaries and with other organisations
  • Obtain consent from the individual or apply for exemptions from PDPC where applicable
  • Use the Data Sharing Checklist to guide the organisation in planning for data sharing activities
  • Monitor and track the kinds of data the organisation capture, retain and utilise for data sharing activities
  • Identify legal and technical considerations to facilitate data sharing activities between organisations
  • Operationalize data sharing in different data sharing models
  • Define data valuation framework for the organisation
  • Assess and conduct data valuation for purposes of sharing

Pre-requisites

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

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
  • Be aware of compliance requirements of organisation

Price

Price to be advised.

DSL1