Five safes: designing data access for research
The Five Safes model is a framework for designing, describing and evaluating access systems for data, used by data providers, data users, and regulators. The model takes account of the level of data anonymization, the likely users, the scope for training, the environment through which data are accessed, and the statistical outputs derived from data use. The framework advocates to manage access to sensitive data in a safe manner via safe projects, safe people, safe data, safe settings and safe outputs.
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