Information rights strategic plan 2017 - 2021
This strategic plan sets out the Information Commissioner's mission to increase the trust the public has in government, public bodies and the private sector: trust in transparency, in the digital economy and in digital public service delivery.
Our strategic approach highlights a commitment to:
- lead the implementation and effective oversight of the GDPR and other live data protection reforms;
- explore innovative and technologically agile ways of protecting privacy;
- strengthen transparency and accountability and promote good information governance; and
- protect the public in a digital world.
Technology Strategy 2018-2021
The Technology Strategy seeks to develop and enhance technical knowledge and understanding at the ICO and to ensure we effectively communicate these to both organisations and individuals. It explains our eight technology goals and how we intend to achieve them.
At the Data Protection Practitioners' Conference 2018 journalist and broadcaster Kate Bevan discussed the ICO's Technology Strategy with Dr. Nigel Houlden, ICO Head of Technology Policy.
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International Strategy 2017 - 2021
To effectively protect the UK public’s personal information in a digital global environment, the ICO needs to co-operate and act internationally. This International Strategy seeks to enhance privacy protection for the UK public. Recognising that the ICO needs to be agile in an ever-changing world, it will be regularly reviewed and updated in response to new challenges and opportunities. This international strategy supports our 2017 Information Rights Strategic Plan.
Our innovation plan details how we will ensure our approach to regulation will support innovation.
Resource and Infrastructure Strategic Plan
This strategic plan sets out the way the ICO will be resourced and the infrastructure it will have in place.