Data Governance Policy
Data governance is no longer a ‘nice-to-have’ measure in organizations as there is a growing concern around the globe that unregulated use of data can result in serious privacy violations, among other issues. That’s why data governance has topped the agenda in many continents as more efforts are being put in place to provide standards that will guide how businesses should use and manage personal information.
This policy from TechRepublic Premium outlines the necessary measures and standards that will enhance organizations’ data governance efforts.
This policy also complements our Data Governance Checklist.
From the policy:
1. GOVERNANCE AND RESPONSIBILITY
Chief data officer: The CDO is responsible for leading an organization’s overall data strategy and governance. The role encompasses a wide range of responsibilities, including defining data policies, ensuring compliance with data regulations, driving data-driven decision-making and optimizing data management practices across the organization.
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