Children creating cultural change
In this podcast two members of the ODPA's Communication Team discuss the approach used to engage young people in the importance of protecting personal data to children.
Kirsty Bougourd, ODPA Outreach Officer, is responsible for finding ways to help young people understand more about personal data and why they need to look after it.
ODPA Communications Officer, Katherine Spencer, finds out more about the thinking behind some of the projects that have been launched in schools and the challenges Kirsty has faced in bringing a subject like data protection to younger generations and the way she has tackled it.
What I learned when my business was hacked
Emma Martins' review of 2022 and look ahead to 2023
Life in a connected world
Data Breaches - more than just a number
Taking outreach to another level - partnering with the Youth Commission
In this episode to mark international Data Protection Day 2022 Bailiwick Data Protection Commissioner, Emma Martins, introduces Kirsty Bougourd's conversation with Charlie Cox, CEO of the Youth Commission. They discuss why it's so important to engage with young people and Kirsty also chats to some members of the YC's Youth Forum. They share their views on what data protection is and how well protected they feel their data is. Emma also explains why the Office of the Data Protection Authority (ODPA), is joining forces with the Guernsey Youth Commission to extend the reach and impact of its school programme which helps young people understand about personal data, their rights and looking after data safely.
Project Bijou - 6 months on
What has Data Protection ever done for us?
Regulating and demystifying data protection (Project Bijou)
In this podcast Simon Entwisle, a member of Guernsey’s Data Protection Authority, talks about the role of regulation, and what advantages there are to smaller jurisdictions, such as the Bailiwick. He observes that most organisations want to look after people’s data well, and that most regulators recognise those good intentions. He warns against slipping into well-intentioned complacency – it’s essential that businesses keep up-to-date with what’s required of them. Finally, Simon underlines the role of the regulator in demystifying the legislation, to make it relevant, and understandable as widely as possible – and how that’s what Project Bijou is all about.
Building understanding through community (Project Bijou)
First step to change culture? Caring about people. (Project Bijou)
In this podcast Annabel Nicholas and Matt Loaring discuss data use and organisational culture within the midwifery and paediatrics team that Annabel leads. We’ve invited Annabel and Matt to the podcast as part of Project Bijou. Annabel led a period of significant change and improvement in Guernsey’s maternity services, and because Project Bijou is all about shifting cultures and behaviours for the better, we want to hear how she did this, so that others looking to engage their own teams in adopting positive changes can learn from her experience. What we learn is that culture change, and data protection, doesn't have to be complicated - it can be common sense and as simple as treating people well.
Building a data-centric culture (Project Bijou)
Managing behavioural risk (Project Bijou)
How data protection changed my thinking (Project Bijou)
Processing by Necessity – Data Protection in Government (Project Bijou)
Registration and beyond: 2021 changes
Registration with us is changing in 2021, what is it all about and what does it mean for you?
In this podcast the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s Data Protection Commissioner Emma Martins explains to Kirsty Bougourd what is changing with registration and how it’s really just the first step in a journey towards looking after personal data well.
Cyber Security and Smart Devices
Your Digital Footprint - what data are you leaving behind?
The Accountability Principle
This latest data protection tea break is all about accountability, arguably the most important of the seven data protection principles.
In October 2019 ODPA board member Chris Docksey delivered a keynote speech on accountability and how it is achieved at an international conference on data protection and privacy.
Data Harms TeaBreak
Origins of Data Protection Podcast
Data Protection TeaBreak - Episode 3 - Transition
In the third of the Data Protection Teabreak podcasts, Deputy Data Protection Commissioner Rachel Masterton and Chief Operating Officer Tim Loveridge discuss the end of transition.
Most aspects of our local Law came into force on 25 May 2018, on the same day as the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Data Protection TeaBreak - Episode 1
What is data protection and why should you care – is it all just a storm in a tea cup?
The team at The Bailiwick of Guernsey’s Office of the Data Protection Authority (ODPA) know that it affects us all and to help us understand why we should care are producing a series of podcasts tackling relevant issues in a friendly, informative format, perfect for over a cup of tea.