Controlled Data Sharing

Controlled Data Sharing

Controlled Data Sharing means relevancy, transparency, security and policy-compliant information exchange based on a agreed trust schemes. As a member of the Data Sharing Coalition, we act as the voice for human trafficking data sharing in the private sector. Our concepts are derived from the Coalition’s technical blueprint and include FAIR Data Principles to ensure that data is Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. Read more: Network Partners

Our Next Generation Monitoring tool visualizes data that each stakeholder needs to do their daily work more efficiently. The Next Generation Monitoring demo is based on the Netherlands’ barrier model to disrupt human trafficking. The demo shows three different views of data sharing based on users’ needs. The national view is designed for members of government who need to review and analyse data on a yearly basis for reporting. The operational view displays real-time data for supervisory and law enforcement to take action against perpetrators based on digital detection in signalling and trending. The municipal view supplies monthly data to mayor and city councils to raise awareness on human trafficking to maintain safe city environments. Click here to see demo.

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