On a special edition of the Castlebridge PodCast (Episode title: “Damn it Jim, I’m an Engineer, not a Doctor”), Daragh O Brien (not a doctor) and Katherine O’Keefe (not that kind of doctor) are joined by Phil Booth of MedConfidential, Pat Walshe (@PrivacyMatters on Twitter) and Ronan Lupton (Barrister, and @RonanLupton on Twitter) to talk about the ethical, practical, and legal issues that arise with some of the proposed uses for technology and data in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

There’s a lot to unpack as we tease through some of the challenges, opportunities, and risks that need to be navigated in using the significantly enhanced capabilities of the modern information age in the current crisis.

It’s all about trust, trustworthiness, and taking t-shirt wearing techbros with a pinch of salt.

And Dr Michael J Ryan makes a guest appearance at the end.

Available wherever you get your podcasts, or over here on AnchorFM

Daragh O Brien

Daragh O Brien

Daragh is the founder and Managing Director of Castlebridge. He brings over twenty years of experience in data strategy and regulatory operations to the table for clients. He lectures in the School of Law in UCD and in the Law Society of Ireland on Data Protection and Data Governance. He is a Fellow of the Irish Computer Society and holds CIPP/E and CIPM certifications from the IAPP and other data management qualifications.