Data Governance – the what, why & how?
Data Governance has long been recognised as a method of protecting the business, mitigating risk, increasing operational efficiencies and managing customer relationships. However, GDPR did raise the stakes somewhat and organisations should ensure they have a robust framework to manage their data.
Our latest report examines the pressing need for a robust governance programme and what this means for organisations.
“Looking after individuals’ personal data compliantly needs to be embedded as part of your company culture, it needs to be second nature for your people – just like great customer service should be.”
Debbie McElhill, Associate at Data Protection Consultancy Opt-4.
- Overcoming the challenges
- Getting to know your data
- Assessing data risks
- Data Protection Impact Assessments
- The role of the DPO
The information provided and the opinions expressed in this document represent the views of the Data Protection Network. They do not constitute legal advice and cannot be construed as offering comprehensive guidance on the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or other statutory measures referred to.