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Writen by Zlatko Delev

Posted on: October 11, 2022

ICO Plan for the upcoming period – ICO 25


On 19th July 2022 the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) held its annual Data Protection Practitioners’ Conference – the first with John Edwards in the role of Commissioner.


A key theme running through many of the sessions was the ICO’s draft strategic plan “ICO25” and, in particular, the four proposed strategic objectives to:

(i) safeguard and empower people;

(ii) empower responsible innovation and sustainable economic growth;

(iii) promote openness, transparency and accountability; and

(iv) continuously develop the ICO’s culture, capability and capacity.

These objectives will drive ICO activity and enforcement over the next three years. The plan is open for consultation until 22 September and will be finalised in the Autumn.

What, in your opinion, is the most important topic that the ICO needs to focus on? Open for a conversation and sharing ideas

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