Can open data and privacy co-exist?

24
Feb 20
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As data sharing becomes the new norm and we move towards open data domains, questions are being raised around information privacy and whether it has a place in this new era.

We compiled the statistics on this growing issue. View the infographic below or download the high res version here: Data-sharing-infog-1.pdf (12 downloads)

With the Data Availability and Transparency Act due to be introduced this year, now is more crucial than ever for government agencies to address how they will prepare to leverage the opportunities that data sharing offers.

The 2nd Advancing Data Sharing in Government conference, being held in Canberra from 27 – 28 May, is Australia’s only national conference specific to the challenges of information sharing in the public sector.

Learn how you can fully leverage available datasets to drive efficiencies in decision-making and service delivery, and also gain key strategies and tools to prepare yourself and organisation for an era of data-driven chance and transformation.

 

Submitted by Criterion Content Team

Criterion Content Team

This post has been written by the Criterion Conferences Content Team. Based in Sydney, we are an independent research organisation, producing over 90 conferences a year across a variety of industries. Our events, attended by thousands of senior delegates from the public and private sector, are designed to enrich, inspire and motivate. Our focus is on providing innovative, value adding content via our conferences and blogs like this are extension of that principle. You can view our conferences by visiting our website http://www.criterionconferences.com/conferences.

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