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Our lives have become increasingly digital over the last few decades and the rate of digital transformation has skyrocketed in recent weeks due to the global health crisis. Spending more time ingrained in the digital world means more data generated. More data generated means more analyses and insights for businesses. More analyses and insights leads to powerful business decisions and outcomes.
More data fuels opportunities to achieve Data Intelligence, but it also means organizations have more data to protect and keep compliant. In our last blog, we discussed the importance of data governance when building an effective data privacy and compliance program. Now we’re moving a little bit deeper into how your data team can collaborate with others to implement a privacy strategy. It’s important to recognize that data privacy requires action and input from every part of the business. Organizations need to take a cross-functional approach and embrace collaboration in order to establish data privacy into their daily operations.
We need to break down the conventional wisdom that data privacy only affects certain teams, legal and IT. Although they may not realize, teammates across every department in every industry handle personal information on a regular basis.
Since every department uses personal data, every department feels the pain caused by poor data privacy management. After a data incident and an organization is hit with a fine, work does not go back to business as usual. Every team is affected and is left to deal with some matter of the remediation efforts.
Developing a privacy strategy is no simple feat. And implementing one presents a whole set of challenges on its own. To drive an effective privacy strategy, you need to empower your organization to collaborate and consider the following measures.
When data privacy is embedded in an organization’s culture and operations, the organization can make trusted data-driven decisions and achieve Data Intelligence. As the going gets tough, remember that data privacy can generate many positive business outcomes.
“Fostering collaboration” is an overused buzzword, but it has a lot of value. It’s also much easier said than done. To promote cross-functional privacy operations, you’ll need a solid starting point.
Create a committee that defines the privacy vision that aligns with company values. Identify subject matter experts across the organization. Different people in different departments have specific expertise that can help you develop a framework for data privacy and protection. All the teams are interdependent. Your data department or data governance department is the best suited to coordinate this collaboration. Look out for some of the following abilities across departments.
Embracing data governance and collaboration across teams are the first two steps of creating a data privacy strategy. Tune in next week when we’ll dive a little bit deeper into how you can embed privacy by design in your organizational culture.
With his experience in financial risk management, Bart understands the value quality data and algorithms can bring to a company.
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