data is to be collected and stored and communicate this to all contributors of

Data is to be collected and stored and communicate

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data is to be collected and stored, and communicate this to all contributors of data Gain agreement of all stakeholders and custodians of the manner and time for which data is to be stored, and communicate this to all contributors of data Ensure that uniform levels of personal data protection, including measures in which individuals have the right to choose whether their data may be used for purposes other than those for which they originally supplied the data in question Where relevant, ensure compliance with Freedom of Information acts, and communicate these requirements to all contributors of data Distinguish between Public data Private data, that cannot be communicated to unauthorised individuals without consent Individual data that is public, but for which the aggregated collection and use may infringe the rights of individuals (eg contact information for spamming) 22
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ISYS90048 Managing ICT Infrastructure 12 Interoperability Principles: Open Standards Minimum characteristics of open standards: The standard is adopted and will be maintained by a not-for-profit organisation, and its ongoing development occurs on the basis of an open decision-making procedure available to all interested parties (consensus or majority decision etc.) The standard has been published and the standard specification document is available either freely or at a nominal charge. It must be permissible to all to copy, distribute and use it for no fee or at a nominal fee The intellectual property of (parts of) the standard is made irrevocably available on a royalty free basis. This includes patents, and patents pending There are no constraints on the use of the standard 23 Open Source Software tends to use and help define open standards and publicly available specifications OSS products are, by their nature, publicly available specifications, and the availability of their source code promotes open, democratic debate around the specifications, making them both more robust and interoperable OSS products should be evaluated as a potentially viable alternative to proprietary software solutions wherever relevant Note: This is not an advocacy of OSS, but advice to consider OSS as an interoperable alternative, where appropriate. Interoperability Principles: Open Source 24
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ISYS90048 Managing ICT Infrastructure 13 Interoperability Principles: Multilateral Seek multilateral interface solutions, rather than bilateral solutions Multilateral solutions involve N interfaces between N distinct systems and 1 common system Bilateral solutions can involve up to N*(N-1)/2 interfaces between N distinct systems 25 Multilateral Solution Bilateral Solution Interoperability Principles: Interfaces Seek to standardise the interfaces between systems ONLY. Do not seek to standardise the contents or internals of systems, since they will subject to relatively frequent change Standardisation of the interfaces is sufficient for systems to be interoperable, and does not compromise decisions about the selection
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