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Finance and Governance Workshop. Data Protection and Information Management 10 June 2014. Why look after personal data? (1). …Because it's one of your most valuable assets : Increase (and measure) participation Promote good governance Know your stakeholders Bring money into your sport.

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finance and governance workshop

Finance and Governance Workshop

Data Protection and Information Management

10 June 2014

why look after personal data 1
Why look after personal data? (1)

…Because it's one of your most valuable assets:

  • Increase (and measure) participation
  • Promote good governance
  • Know your stakeholders
  • Bring money into your sport
why look after personal data 2
Why look after personal data? (2)

…Because it's one of your biggest risks:

  • Increasing regulation (and enforcement)
  • Loss of trust/bad publicity
  • Loss of all the benefits good data management can bring
data management priorities for ngbs
Data Management Priorities for NGBs

What are YOUR data protection and data management priorities?

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Data Management Priorities for NGBs

1. Security: Keeping personal data safe

  • Data Protection Act 1998 (Principle 7)
  • Appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect from loss, misuse or damage
  • Managing a breach: notification?
  • Enforcement: monetary penalties of up to £500,000 (for now)
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Data Management Priorities for NGBs

2. Consents: making personal data work for you

  • Data Protection Act 1998 (Principle 1)
  • "Fair and lawful processing": information/consent
  • Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003: electronic "direct marketing"
  • Data protection statements
  • Privacy Policies
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Data Management Priorities for NGBs

3. Information requests: how to respond

  • Data Protection Act 1998: Subject Access Requests
    • Written request for own personal data
    • 40 days to respond
    • Exemptions and limitations
    • A practical response?
  • Freedom of Information Act 2000
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Data Management Priorities for NGBs

4. Outsourcing: trusting third parties with data

  • Data processor = third party processing personal data on NGB's behalf (NGB remains responsible)
  • Due diligence, written contract (security, control)
  • No transfer outside the EEA without "adequate protection" (Principle 8)
  • Data protection issues in "the cloud"
addressing the issues
Addressing the Issues
  • Cyber/Data is no longer just an IT concern – it is a strategic business risk
  • Poses a tangible threat to the financial stability of your organisation
  • 4 key steps you can take towards effective risk management
4 key steps
4 Key Steps
  • Step 1 – Understand and profile your risk
    • Identify and involve stakeholders – Senior management, IT heads, Marketing, Legal and your Broker
    • Develop scenarios and assess the likely impact, both operationally and financially
    • Use impact analysis to create course of action – Treat, Tolerate or Transfer to insurance?
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4 Key Steps
  • Step 2 – Insurability
    • Work closely with your broker to determine whether key risks identified are covered by existing insurance arrangements or insurable in the current market
    • Review policy wordings carefully and seek clarification from insurers
    • Obtain indicative costs for budgeting
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4 Key Steps
  • Step 3 – Mitigating Risks
    • Identify alternative options to reduce risks. For example, limit access points/controls to prevent unauthorised access to systems, implement written policies, review contractual arrangements with third parties
    • Utilise professional support from insurers
    • Regularly review and update your risks
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4 Key Steps
  • Step 4 – Effective Communication
    • Increase awareness of these new risks through your organisation – safeguarding data is the responsibility of all
    • Training and competence of new policies and procedures to employees
hindrance into opportunity
Hindrance into Opportunity

Robust data governance provides:

  • Reduced operational costs through leaner data processes and improved efficiencies
  • Consistency across databases resulting in greater insight and innovation from information
  • Confidence in data for faster and better decision making
  • A competitive advantage