The CIO Strategy Council is placing the decision out to its stakeholders to offer enter on its newest proposed normal for the accountable use of contact tracing and monitoring knowledge within the office.
In a current submit on LinkedIn, the council famous the drafted proposal is in response to “an urgent need to maintain the health of employee as COVID-19 restrictions loosen and businesses reopen.”
The proposed normal applies to the governance of present and future use of knowledge that’s created, collected, saved or managed by contact tracing and monitoring options. It additionally applies to the administration processes and selections associated to knowledge safety and privateness inside and between organizations.
The normal doesn’t cowl using contact tracing, monitoring and surveillance options utilized to public well being.
The draft normal’s basic rules stress that any group seeking to undertake a accountable contact tracing program will guarantee:
- Collected private knowledge is ample to correctly fulfil the meant function.
- Only related knowledge with a direct hyperlink to the aim is collected.
- The assortment is proscribed to solely what is critical, no pointless knowledge is collected and knowledge is held solely so long as crucial for the aim.
The First Edition of CIOSC/PAS 100-6:2021, Data Governance – Part 6: The accountable use of digital contact tracing and monitoring knowledge within the office, can be accessed here.
The deadline for feedback is May 19.