WDQC Releases Privacy and Security Principles

by Jenna Leventoff
January 21, 2016

WDQC recently released a set of seven privacy and security principles, which show ways that data systems can protect individual privacy and promote informed decision making. They are intended to serve as a guideline for local, state, and federal policymakers drafting legislation, as well as data system administrators creating data governance policies.

These principles are designed to be consistent with messaging from Data Quality Campaign and the Postsecondary Data Collaborative, but pay special attention to issues surrounding workforce data.

To learn more about how policymakers and data system administrators can collect and use data without jeopardizing the privacy and security of individually identifiable information, please click here