Data Protection @ UWI

The UWI, like other leading institutions, must properly protect the Data it collects from all sources and especially the Personal Data of its staff, students and alumni. The UWI Data Protection Policy (DPP) outlines the ways in which the University manages Personal data at various stages, including the rights of the person to whom the data relates, to access this data.

Data Protection Definition

Data Protection is defined as the means by which the privacy rights of individuals are safe guarded in relation to the processing of their Personal Data including the sharing of Personal Data held by The UWI.

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Privacy Statement

The UWI endeavours to protect and respect the privacy rights of individuals

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    Student Privacy Statement (CS)
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    Staff Privacy Statement (CS)
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    Alumni Privacy Statement (CS)
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Policy & Statements

UWI endeavours to comply with Data Protection legislation and policies

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Data Breach Management

There are three steps to managing a Data breach:

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    Collection Of Incident Details
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    Notification of Data Breach and Risk Assessment
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    Evaluation and Response