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Posts categorized in Data Privacy

Why Personal Data Privacy Needs a Customer-centric Focus

When it comes to personal data privacy, it can be hard to see the forest for the trees. Headlines and social media are dominated by data breaches, resulting in both reputational and financial loss. Meanwhile, organizations are panicked about complying with the latest regulation deadline. In all of this, the customer’s relationship with both personal…

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Why the EU’s New AI Ethics Guidelines Require Trustworthy Data

Last week, the European Union published a new set of AI Ethics Guidelines. These guidelines are very interesting – and what they have to say about the ethical relationship and balance between artificial intelligence (AI), data, and humanity is particularly thought-provoking. Here are a few things that stood out to me from the guidelines, including…

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Five Reasons to Attend Data Citizens ’19

The excitement is mounting here at Collibra as Data Citizens ’19 approaches! It’s happening May 22-23 this year, at the Conrad hotel in New York City. Our team can hardly wait – they are so excited to be partnering with you to discover the real-world ways organizations are managing and using data today to make…

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The Internet of Things (IoT): Managing the Data Tsunami

Continued adoption of IoT technologies will pose both opportunities and challenges. A tsunami of new data streams offers enormous opportunities in guiding digital transformation strategies across many industries. Yet along that path there will be numerous obstacles to overcome – chiefly related to data privacy and governance.

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