Adaptive Data Governance
I am currently Head of Data Strategy for Companies House where I am responsible for leading the organisation in cultivating and nurturing a data culture to mature data practices and ensure our data is fit for purpose. In this role, my team are developing and embedding a data governance framework, data policies and a data literacy programme for the organisation. My background is in engineering where I hold a First Class Bachelors Degree in Medical Engineering and a First Class Masters Degree in Engineering Studies. My engineering roles and a natural affinity for customer focus led me to spend several years in Marketing and Sales in the medical device industry before finding my way back to the technical world of data. Now I work to apply my understanding of good product development and management to the world of data.
Winner 2021 Cyber OSPAs Outstanding CISO, Winner PICCASO Privacy Leader of the Year - Public Sector 2022
Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Head of IT Security, Director of IT Security and Data Protection, Data Protection Officer (DPO), Chief Privacy Officer (CPO), Director of Privacy roles.
ISO 27001 ISMS, Data Protection (GDPR, DPA2018 and UK GDPR), HMG Security (HMG Security Policy Framework & MOD JSP 440), Security Surveying, Security, Risk Management, HMG IS1 & IS2 (RMADS), IAMM, Corporate Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Threat Assessment, Physical Security Design & System Specification, Counter Terrorism, Crime Prevention, Business Continuity Planning, Emergency Response & Crisis Management, Executive Protection, Event Security: Corporate Events & Sponsor Hospitality, Investigations, Relationship Management
He is responsible for leading the Informatica business across the North EMEA region. He has previously led Dynatrace, Veritas, Citrix, Virtual Instruments and IBM Tivoli across the EMEA geography as well as holding Chief Revenue Officer and executive leadership roles across multi-geographies within a number of smaller pre-IPO organisations.
Jason is also a Board member of techUK who are the Industry lead for the technology sector and represent over 950 technology companies in engagement with UK Government around technology and digital strategies.
About the session
- What is the difference between adaptive data governance and traditional data governance approaches?
- How can adaptive data governance help to promote collaboration and data sharing across different government agencies and departments?
- What kind of technology infrastructure and data governance frameworks are necessary to support data sharing and collaboration?
- How can adaptive data governance help to promote public sector innovation and experimentation while ensuring that data is used in a responsible and ethical way?