How to get involved and give feedback

The Framework for Information Incidents is designed to be flexible and adaptable. We have deliberately developed it in an open way, publishing our thinking in discussion documents and seeking feedback as we go.

There are a few ways of getting involved in improving, testing and implementing the Framework .

Provide feedback

You can provide feedback on any aspect of the Framework. Please refer to titles and subtitles of sections where possible, and leave your contact details so we can contact you for clarification or follow up.

Train your team to use the Framework 

We are able to deliver training covering:

  • Introduction to information incidents (interactive seminar)
  • Framework components (seminar)
  • Using the Framework in practice (simulation exercise)
  • Review session (interactive seminar)

If you are interested in finding out more, please contact us.

Test the Framework

We are keen for others to try using the Framework either as part of planning and preparation exercises, or during information incidents. Please get in touch if you’d like to talk about this or have questions - otherwise, feel free to take the Framework for a test drive!

We only ask that you let us know that you have done so, along with any feedback (e.g. Was it helpful? What difference did it make to your team, or collaborations with others? Are there changes you would make in future?)

Work with us to adapt the Framework to suit your context

We are keen to collaborate with other organisations to adapt the Framework components and training materials for different countries and/or sectors. Please get in touch if you have a proposal or would like to discuss a joint funding application.

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