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Cumbria currently have an internally facing SharePoint form, designed by the Information Governance team to allow staff to report a data protection incident. The form data is stored in SharePoint lists where Info Gov officers follow a manual process to collate further information through investigation and also store relevant files, emails, reports, documents in a document library. This does the job and meets our legislative obligations to GDPR, Computer Misuse Act, etc.
There’s a few reasons that Digital are taking a look at this:
- As I understand it the existing SharePoint instance is being replaced/upgraded to Microsoft 365 and to migrate the Data Breach system would require some re-work. It therefore makes sense to review as a whole.
- Info Gov have a business requirement to allow external entities; schools, Fire, partners, the public, to all report data breaches and cyber incidents.
- The Senior Information Governance and Data Protection officer is keen to utilise our service design approach to improve and design an end to end service.
This is a service people will use when something has gone wrong. Business teams and external partners are probably unsure about the consequence of submitting a report. And end users will be using it because they are victims or witnesses of an incident. Not the happiest start to a user journey!
At the end of the day this service should help people to report something, a letter delivered to the wrong person, a phone left in a café, or a phishing email they’ve received. But the service shouldn’t make it hard and should make them feel comfortable not anxious about the outcomes.
- Lisa is leading process and customer journey mapping sessions
- We’re engaging with other functions that are impacted, like Information Security and our Senior Information Risk Owners
- We need to engage with users. Where would you start your user research for this one?