Working with data at UiO, what can I keep and where do I keep it?
Where do you store assignments? What about lists of personell information for a research group? What about their phone numbers? Do you have interviews of people? Pictures? What about research data? What kind of data is it? How to share different types of data with others in a functional and legal manner? This talk will provide a practical guide for users in the current framework of laws and regulations. Attendance to the talk is highly recommended for everyone at the Department.
The sysadmin staff at the Department of Mathematics will give a practically oriented presentation about privacy and data security in a world after GDPR.
Over the last few years, more and more regulations have come into place to protect privacy and to provide secure storage of data. In many ways, a lot of what has has happened has been a formalisation of previously held Norwegian laws. However, as the spotlight has started shining on data, and the potential fines for mismanagement have risen sharply, UiO as an organisation needs to start to understand and work within these regulations.
We will attempt to present answers to these types of questions, with a examples and an easy to remember guide.