How do you manage privacy and security for what is essentially a database mostly containing violent people. In many public and private sector operators, it has to be available to several hundred – probably over a thousand – field staff. Only then can your organisation keep health, care and social workers, plumbers and anyone else visiting work sites, from known dangers. How do you keep it up to date? How do you encourage and manage essential data sharing with partner organisations without breaching confidentiality either side. Is it possible to be GDPR compliant and warn your staff about the presence of named dangerous individuals at a work location? Can the violent person request erasure under GDPR?
These subjects and more are discussed in this article which also summarises how AXLR8 Cautions List system approaches the problems.