Offer Human-Centric Data Sharing to your users
Onecub provides a B2C2B service for personal data sharing:
- Offer your users an easy, secure, and trustable way to transfer their data between your service and third party services, in one click through their consent/permission. Onecub provides you with easy to implement standard and compliant consent popups. Your users also benefit from an independent consent dashboard for more control.
- We also provide you with an administration interface that will allow you to manage all aspects of your personal data sharing offer: consent/permission, business, technical, legal, design, governance.
Onecub is a personal data sharing intermediary. With the MyData Community we belong to, we defined a common understanding of what we call the MyData Operators. See the White Paper: Understanding the MyData Operators.
Onecub follows and promotes the MyData Principles expressed in the MyData Declaration.
We guide you through every step
Benefit from our pioneering 10 years of experience and our global network of experts to offer meaningful portability and personal data sharing to your users. We have a comprehensive 3 steps approach from the definition of your use cases and the building of your data sharing ecosystem to the implementation.
We help you to create meaningful portability and personal data sharing use cases for your users, through our design thinking methodology. We find partner organizations, and ecosystems to share data with and help you to shape your relationship with them.
As we believe that personal data sharing is first and foremost about governance, we guide you through this process. We help you to shape the governance of your project while helping you to relate to the governance work of your sector and at a cross-sectoral level.
We help you to deal easily with every aspect of personal data sharing: business, legal, technical, design, compliance, ethics. You will always be at the forefront of the personal data sharing standards and infrastructure under construction.
Let us deal with all the complex aspects of Personal Data Sharing
Identity, Data models, APIs, Security, Quality
Frameworks, Ethics, Methodology, Charters
Contracts, Liabilities, SLAs, Conflicts
Consent design, Consent dashboard
Regulation, Certifs, Transparency
Value sharing & distrib, Marketplace
A complex regulation context
- The European Union launched the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in May 2018. Many countries in the world took it as a reference and are implementing their own similar regulatory framework.
- The GDPR right to portability (article 20) was supposed to empower people with their data by allowing them to transfer it between their digital services. In practice, the right to portability's potential for innovation has been largely ignored by organizations, which see it as a compliance issue only whereas it is not the case, and people barely use it. The market did not embrace the opportunity.
- In February 2020 the European Union presented its Data Strategy. The data strategy enshrines data-sharing (industrial, personal, non-personal data) as the central element of the EU's action in the digital world during the current Commission's term of office. The Data Strategy goal is to foster the emergence of the Data Spaces.
- The EU is creating sectoral 'European Data Spaces' which will be responsible for coordinating key sectors to facilitate the flow of data. 10 priority Data Spaces have been announced to date, including mobility, finance, health, skills, energy, green deal, administration).
- Concerning the sharing of personal data, the EU recalls that the GDPR, with its values, principles, and rights, are the basic components of the architecture that will be put in place.
- 10 billion euros will be committed (by the EU, the Member States, and the private sector) from 2022 for the establishment of the European data-sharing infrastructure, all sectors combined.
- In November 2020, the European Commission presented the Data Governance Act (DGA), which announces the creation of a new institutional tool for data at the European level.
- The European governance body will contain a data innovation board made up of public-private partnerships. This board will influence the construction of European Data Spaces and a 'soft infrastructure' for personal data sharing.
- The Data Governance Act enshrines and clarifies the role of data sharing intermediaries, especially concerning personal data, and begins to outline a clear framework for these new tools. For example, they will not be able to perform any role other than that of an intermediary. The Digital Markets Act (DMA), Digital Services Act (DSA), and Data Act (DA), all contribute , along with the DGA, to the creation of a regulatory framework for the Data Spaces.
- Many other countries and jurisdictions outside of Europe are also working on data sharing networks at the moment (US, Canada, UK, Japan, South Korea, Brazil, etc.). New questions arise like cross-jurisdiction sharing and governance.
- Many initiatives in Europe, like GAIA-X, and worldwide are working towards standards for data sharing in all sectors (Finance, Health, Mobility, Education, etc.).
We help you to understand Data-Sharing & Data Spaces
Benefit from our pioneering 10 years of experience and our global network of experts to shape your personal data sharing strategy, and put your clients at the center.
We provide training sessions for your teams (legal, marketing, technical, etc.).
Make your organization fit for the new digital context.
Beyond compliance, create awareness at all levels of your organization.
We can lead studies based on your specific context for your organizations, and write reports and papers.
We can activate our worldwide network of experts at your demand. See our network.
We help you to understand:
- the tremendous market opportunity behind data-sharing,
- the risks and compliance issues
- the regulation and political context,
- the technological choices