It is often expected that once you have a Data Governance or Data Quality Team in place that they will fix all your data quality issues. But are they really responsible for resolving them?
A look at who is responsible for investigating and resolving data quality issues.
Over time, unenforced regulations simply get ignored and become useless. It is likely that things won’t change until the regulators make them change, and they will have to go sooner or later through a harder enforcement line.
Cyber security is becoming a matter of good corporate governance, good ethics, and quite simply – good business.
As every enterprise is becoming more and more data-driven, it is key for the Board to realize that cyber security is becoming a central tenet both of its core business and of its social impact and governance strategies.
I get asked lots of questions about Data Governance. A very common one is about naming the Data Governance roles. Many people worry about whether it is necessary to use standard or best practice role titles when implementing Data Governance.
Quite a lot will now go down to the regulator’s appetite. If they are inconsistent, too heavy-handed or too lenient, focus only on the GAFA, or pick the wrong battles with small firms, they will dilute the act, endanger their credibility and lose momentum.