Data Protection Champions and Steering Group
All areas of the University should have their own data protection champion
Data Protection Champions
The data protection champion for your area should be your first point of contact for data protection queries.
A business area is defined as a part of the University that has a common set of activities and records. It is difficult to define a business area precisely, but each school will probably have two or more Data Protection Champions.
List of Data Protection Champions [University login required]
The Data Protection Steering Group
The Data Protection Steering Group is a shared leadership forum to ensure that the University has the right prioritisation, resources and connections in implementing and monitoring data protection laws and to ultimately provide the assurance that the University will be compliant, and will manage any risk to that compliance, through these processes. The group meets on a monthly basis.
The Steering Group has the following members:
|College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences||
Fraser Muir, Chief Information Officer
|College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine||
Dr Catherine Elliott, College Registrar
Jim Nisbet, Planning Officer
|College of Science and Engineering||
Margarida Teixeira-Dias, Special Projects Manager
Victoria Dishon, IT Engagement Manager
|University Secretary's Group||Kate Brook, Director of Services, Development & Alumni|
Corporate Services Group
|Ashley Shannon, Director of Operations|
|Information Services Group||Alistair Fenemore, Chief Information Security Officer|
|Academic Representative||Professor Arthur Trew, Deputy Head of College/Assistant Principal, School of Physics and Astronomy|