Tag: data privacy

Artificial Intelligence
John Gottula 0
3 strategies for effective data anonymization for governments

The ancients’ practice of publicizing set-in-stone personal records would run anathema to modern data privacy laws. These days, in lieu of using contemporary personally identifiable records, I anonymized a 4,000-year-old tax record from ancient Babylon to describe three principles for effective data anonymization at scale: Embracing rare attributes: values and

Advanced Analytics
Fabian Ducheyne 0
Meeting citizens’ expectations: How AI can help governments

Adopting analytics and AI in the public sector is changing how governments make decisions. Technology improves the efficiency and transparency of work processes, positively impacting service delivery to increasingly demanding citizens. However, many government organizations still need help fully embracing a data-driven culture. The Covid-19 pandemic is one of the

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence
Albert Qian 0
How SAS and Microsoft are using the power of partners to protect data in the cloud

Humanity collectively creates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data daily, presenting incredible opportunities for organizations—especially those who collect it in the cloud. Cloud-based data offers excellent insights for organizations, including a meaningful look at customer needs and operational improvements. However, these benefits come with risks, especially regarding security. According to IBM

Analytics | Data for Good | SAS Events
Josh Morgan 0
The case for uniting data: A public and moral duty for mental health

Mental health and data sharing. Seeing those phrases in a single sentence gives even the most seasoned professionals pause. This is legitimately sensitive data. And there are often specialized confidentiality and privacy laws due to the stigma and discrimination against those with mental health disorders.  All the same, many agencies are starting to ask

Analytics | Data Management
Kalliopi Spyridaki 0
Data governance: The renewed imperative for digital financial institutions

New and more prescriptive privacy and other data-related regulations are elevating data governance to a strategic asset for organizations in all sectors. Data governance can no longer remain confined to a back-end IT operation. As the data-rich financial services sector is now moving fast towards more profound digitization of financial

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