While analysing your own data is valuable, much richer insights, accurate forecasts and exponential value can be unlocked by running analytics across departments, agencies, industries, or organisations. However, to maintain public trust and manage privacy and security risks, data sharing must be managed carefully and safely.
Using IXUP’s secure software environment, confidential collaborative analytics can be performed within strict compliance frameworks.
The IXUP platform is able to facilitate inter-agency collaboration and ultimately contribute to better policy outcomes. In this example, we look at what can be learned by combining data sets from health, education and police departments and non-government organisations to inform potential early intervention initiatives.
By using sophisticated encryption, and the risk assessment framework Five Safes, collaborators can place appropriate controls not just on the data itself but on the manner in which data are accessed.
Data management decisions on the IXUP platform are broken up into five ‘dimensions’: data, projects, people, settings and outputs.
By designing and agreeing access upfront, the risks associated with data collaboration can be minimised and a complete governance and audit log can be produced.
Learn more about Fives Safe here.