Tag "GDPR"

Operationalizing Data Lake Privacy Governance for Value Creation

How today’s businesses are gaining new customer insights through analytics while meeting the growing challenge of modern privacy mandates A global footwear manufacturer was recently in the news over a shoe design controversy that polarized consumers between patriotism and social justice activism. When jumping into the debate, a common conclusion is often, “Hey, they KNOW... more

Consent Management: A Surprising Element of Customer Experience

I opted out of an email subscription last month. Weeks later, I’m still getting emails from the company. So now, I’m not just tuning out any message from this company. I’m getting downright annoyed—not only have they ignored my original request, they’re continuing to fill up my email inbox with content I don’t want or... more

GDPR, CCPA, and Other Emerging Mandates: A Perfect Storm Driving Data Privacy and Protection

The GDPR, the CCPA, and more privacy mandates to follow, have galvanized the enterprise need for operationalizing data privacy and protection. In conjunction with social media privacy abuses and increasing numbers of data breaches, the focus on data privacy is accelerating rapidly to become a board-level concern. Witness the growth and interest in the International Association... more

Operationalize Data Privacy

Today’s organizations need to mobilize data governance programs and resources to tackle enterprise-wide data privacy initiatives. These ambitious initiatives—which can span thousands of data stores, people, and processes—cannot be achieved with traditional security and production models. Instead, enterprise-grade automation, powered with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), is required to provide the foundational infrastructure... more

GDPR Through a New Lens

It’s no surprise that some corporate executives are panicked about the European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) taking effect on this date. Some have procrastinated about the change, trying to figure out what to do at the last minute to avoid potentially millions of dollars in fines and risk to their reputation. It’s... more