Tag "privacy"

Public Sector and the Impact of GDPR

From May 2018, the new EU General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) will require all Public Sector organisations to more effectively understand how they manage data on their citizens, contractors and staff. What does GDPR mean for Public Sector agencies? GDPR will introduce a new set of requirements on agencies around managing the privacy of data... more

GDPR – Where to start?

Financial Services institutions are assessing where to start on the road to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliance. Here are some thoughts about the starting point. In a recent blog article, I set out my view on the journey to addressing GDPR compliance in Financial Services. In this blog, I’m going to examine my view... more

GDPR – The Next Major Data Privacy Challenge

The recent release of information around the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has highlighted a number of areas of the new privacy regulation that will prove challenging for many Financial Services institutions. In broad terms, the aim of the regulation is to enable citizens to take back control of their own data and... more

Is Your Customer Data at Risk?

I recently attended the ‘TMForum Live!’ event in Nice, in the South of France, along with many other telecoms vendors and Service Providers.  The key industry themes were Digital Transformation, the Internet of Things, Network Function Virtualisation and Customer Experience. A subject underpinning all these trends was data privacy.  In this new digital age we... more

Building an Impactful Data Governance – One Step at a Time

Let’s face it, building a Data Governance program is no overnight task.  As one CDO puts it:  ”data governance is a marathon, not a sprint”.  Why? Because data governance is a complex business function that encompasses technology, people and process, all of which have to work together effectively to ensure the success of the initiative.... more