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Better use of data is key to more effective government. Across government, teams are doing fascinating work with data. But those projects don’t get the attention they deserve. Data Bites aims to change that.
This event was the 41st in our series, where the speakers presented their work in an exciting, quickfire format.
Each speaker had eight minutes, followed by eight minutes of questions from the audience.
This months speakers were:
- Sandrine Balley, Geographic Information Lead at the London Borough of Hackney, on how Hackney developed a webmap template to open up spatial data (and how you can use it too)
- Kathleen Caper, Head of Data Maturity and Governance at the Central Digital and Data Office, on Data Maturity Assessment for Government - more than a tool for the data function
- Dan Jeffery, Chief Information Security Officer and Deputy Chief Information Officer at NHS Blood and Transplant, on how NHSBT secure the supply of Blood, Organs, and Tissues services to the NHS from cyber threats
- Clara Clark Nevola, Group Manager (Technology) at the Information Commissioner’s Office, on Privacy Enhancing Technologies, how they relate to data protection requirements and how they can be used in practice
The event was chaired by Gavin Freeguard, Associate at the Institute for Government.