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Data Governance and Compliance

Utilise and safeguard my valuable data assets

Planning for better decision making and better data outcomes

Different businesses exhibit different levels of operational maturity when using data. A strategy, no matter what the starting level, will help drive your business forward to achieve the data driven outcomes required. Data governance and compliance tasks need not be onerous but are critical to the on-going success and usage of data by the organisation, its customers, and suppliers.

Data Integrations

“How do I build a culture of data-driven decisions?”

Establish key data roles within the business who can manage the governance challenges and advocate adoption.

data council, board level buy-in, data champions, key data, stakeholders, training, data literacy

“How do I define an effective data strategy?”

Determine what data is required to support your business targets and provide success indicators, from a compliance, privacy, and operational perspective.

business plans, key performance indicators (KPI’s)

“How can I keep compliant with regulations?”

Implement technology to ease the burden of data governance on end-users. Automation can help maintain privacy and protect against data breaches, keep data in the proper storage areas, and enforce data retention policies.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), Personally Identifiable Information (PII), right to erasure, Age-Appropriate Design Code (AADC), consider privacy and ethical issues, data retention policies

“How do I keep my organisation’s data secure?”

Ensure Data Owners, who are responsible for the data, know where the important data lives and restrict it with a ‘least access’ approach to reduce the risk of access by unauthorised personnel.

role-based access, annual audits, two factor authentication, system access logs

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