Web 2.0: Managing the Risks

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Published on May 12, 2008

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A presentation by Chris Adie of the University of Edinburgh at the Eduserv Foundation Symposium 2008.

Web 2.0: Managing the Risks Chris Adie, Information Services, University of Edinburgh

Let’s all head for the promised land! 2.0

Clouds

What Risks? Confidentiality Security Reliability Usability Data Protection

Confidentiality

Security

Reliability

Usability

Data Protection

Reliability Your Web 2.0 service provider goes bust/gets bought The nature of the service changes under your feet

Your Web 2.0 service provider goes bust/gets bought

The nature of the service changes under your feet

Data Protection Risks Your institution is prosecuted under Data Protection legislation Is the Web 2.0 SP a “Data Processor”? Can users maintain their privacy? Are personal details sent outside EEA? Can you delete information? Have you clarified what you are doing?

Your institution is prosecuted under Data Protection legislation

Is the Web 2.0 SP a “Data Processor”?

Can users maintain their privacy?

Are personal details sent outside EEA?

Can you delete information?

Have you clarified what you are doing?

 

 

Biggest risk of all Doing nothing

Doing nothing

What should we do?

Formality spectrum Increasing institutional engagement Formality Magnifies Risk! Institutional adoption Topical adoption Recommend/ suggest Very informal

Very Informal Use Encourage literacy in Online safety Online responsibility Data protection Institution ignores it Institutional adoption Topical adoption Recommend/ suggest Very informal

Encourage literacy in

Online safety

Online responsibility

Data protection

Institution ignores it

Recommend/suggest Identify “good” sites Support locally Institutional adoption Topical adoption Recommend/ suggest Very informal

Identify “good” sites

Support locally

Topical adoption Insource User education Risk analysis Legal input Institutional adoption Topical adoption Recommend/ suggest Very informal

Insource

User education

Risk analysis

Legal input

Institutional adoption Outsource Institutional adoption Topical adoption Recommend/ suggest Very informal

Outsource

Futures

Some trends Authentication Desktop applications moving to the web Live Mesh

Authentication

Desktop applications moving to the web

Live Mesh

What about Web 3.0? Web 1.0: “Centralised Them” Web 2.0: “Distributed Us” Web 3.0: “Decentralised Me”

Web 1.0: “Centralised Them”

Web 2.0: “Distributed Us”

Web 3.0: “Decentralised Me”

Over to you!

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