A Practical Guide to Data Protection in Social Housing by Clare Paterson

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As well as explaining the legal requirements, this book highlights the many benefits to housing providers from handling personal data in a compliant manner. The benefits include improved efficiency and increased customer trust, which both help landlords fulfil their social purpose more effectively.

Feedback from Emma Martins, Former Data Protection Commissioner for the Bailiwick of Guernsey:

“A Practical Guide to Data Protection in Social Housing” is clearly for a specialist market but it makes for enlightening reading for anyone interested/involved in data.”

Feedback from Tim Turner, Data Protection & FOI Trainer, 2040 Training:

“What really comes through is the fact that [Clare has] done these things and [has] the experience…You don’t need the Social Housing [on the cover], it’s “A Practical Guide to Data Protection.”… This is a genuinely useful and practical book and I would strongly recommend it.”

CONTENTS

Chapter One – Introduction to Data Protection in Social Housing
Chapter Two – Data Protection Officer Role & Responsibilities
Chapter Three – Personal Data
Chapter Four – The (UK)GDPR Principles
Chapter Five – Lawful Bases for Data Processing
Chapter Six – Data Subjects’ Rights
Chapter Seven – International Data Transfers
Chapter Eight – Data Sharing and Data Processors & Controllers
Chapter Nine – Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)
Chapter Ten – Data Security, Breaches and Complaints
Chapter Eleven – Digital Transformation in Social Housing
Chapter Twelve – CCTV and ASB
Chapter Thirteen – Insight and EDI Work
Chapter Fourteen – Contacting People (Including PECR and the TSMs)
Chapter Fifteen – What Next?

 

Read the talk Clare gave at the book launch event on 6th December 2023 by clicking here.

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With clear advice and a pragmatic approach, this is the book that I wanted and needed when working in a large housing association on data protection. As well as explaining the legal requirements, this book highlights the many benefits to housing providers, from handling personal data in a compliant manner, including improved efficiency and increased customer trust, which both help landlords fulfil their social purpose more effectively.

This book shows everyone working in housing, not just data protection officers, how data protection can go from being seen as red tape or a blocker, to becoming the foundation on which to achieve the sector’s goals. It doesn’t just lay out the law, it also contains actionable advice and ideas for identifying risks and appropriate controls, and embedding data protection into the day-to-day work of social housing providers.

READER FEEDBACK

“A Practical Guide to Data Protection in Social Housing” is clearly for a specialist market but it makes for enlightening reading for anyone interested/involved in data.

The preface starts with “I’m passionate about data protection because at its core it’s about protecting people”. As we discussed at the February 2024 IRMS Information Rights event, data protection has a ‘PR’ problem. This can perhaps be illustrated by imagining the book had the title ‘Protecting People in Social Housing’. I have seen stats that show 16.4% of households in England are occupied by social renters. That’s a lot of people and those people deserve to be treated with fairness, respect and dignity, which is exactly what the data protection law seeks to ensure. Clare should be hugely proud of what she has achieved.”

~ Emma Martins, Specialist Advisor – Law At Work (Channel Islands) | Chief Commissioner – Data and Marketing Commission (UK) | Trustee – Jersey Hospice Care | Former Data Protection Commissioner for the Bailiwick of Guernsey

CONTENTS

Chapter One – Introduction to Data Protection in Social Housing
Chapter Two – Data Protection Officer Role & Responsibilities
Chapter Three – Personal Data
Chapter Four – The (UK)GDPR Principles
Chapter Five – Lawful Bases for Data Processing
Chapter Six – Data Subjects’ Rights
Chapter Seven – International Data Transfers
Chapter Eight – Data Sharing and Data Processors & Controllers
Chapter Nine – Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs)
Chapter Ten – Data Security, Breaches and Complaints
Chapter Eleven – Digital Transformation in Social Housing
Chapter Twelve – CCTV and ASB
Chapter Thirteen – Insight and EDI Work
Chapter Fourteen – Contacting People (Including PECR and the TSMs)
Chapter Fifteen – What Next?

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