Like getting into good shape, Jim Harris says we must carefully measure adherence to regulatory compliance – using both internal and external measures.
For many years, we’ve been saying that to do advanced analytics well, you must have good quality, clean and standardised data. And now we’re fast approaching the deadline for businesses to be compliant with the GDPR regulations (with fines for noncompliance up to four per cent of revenue). SAS’ capabilities
We move closer to the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018. SAS colleagues have been writing about its effects, and what actions companies can take to address these issues. Looking at these articles, I found myself reading a story behind these articles. Kicking off the
Platform and strategy are core to compliance, but Jim Harris says commitment from people across the organization is just as important and harder to achieve.
At its core, data compliance is built on simple foundations. Dylan Jones closes this series by explaining the remaining components of the "4F framework."
Laut einer Dell-Studie zum Status der Umsetzung der neuen EU-Datenschutzgrundverordnung (DSGVO) haben erst 3 Prozent der befragten Unternehmen einen Umsetzungsplan. Ich hatte in den letzten zwei Wochen auf den SAS Veranstaltungen zur DSGVO unter dem Titel „Abwarten kann teuer werden" die Gelegenheit, mir hierzu von knapp 100 Teilnehmern selbst einen
Q&A between Ulrike Bergmann and Carsten Krah The concept of self-service in analytics is often associated with business innovation and speed of response to customer demand. But self-service can also empower and encourage individual employees to support operations in a more effective way. I caught up with Carsten Krah Senior
As you work toward data compliance, Dylan Jones says keep it simple – start with the 4F’s: Function, Flow, Form, Foster. Part 1 looks at the first two.
Marinette Nyström interviewing Casper Pedersen, Principal Business Solutions Manager The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was approved in May 2016, and companies must be compliant by May 2018. Research shows, however, that fewer than 30% of companies impacted are prepared for it. I had a discussion with Casper Perdersen, who recently
Corporate compliance with an increasing number of industry regulations intended to protect personally identifiable information (PII) has made data privacy a frequent and public discussion. An inherent challenge to data privacy is, as Tamara Dull explained, “data, in and of itself, has no country, respects no law, and travels freely across borders. In the
The term compliance is most often associated with control. It evokes visions of restrictions, regulations and security protecting something which is to remain private. The term open is most often associated with access, and it evokes visions of an absence of restrictions, regulations and security – making something available which is
January 28th was international Data Protection Day and, it (nearly) seems like the week after that, the tougher EU regulation will go into effect. At least that’s the impression you can get when you talk to data protection experts or catch sight of their efforts to cope with the EU’s
Achieving GDPR compliance is impossible without Data Management and Data Governance. That's a bold statement but it is borne out by any in-depth examination of the tasks necessary to achieve compliance. Let's take a look at a few of the things that regulators require when interacting with organizations around personal
Am 28. Januar war Europäischer Datenschutztag und ab sofort gilt dann verschärftes EU-Recht – so kommt es einem zumindest vor bei Gesprächen mit Datenschutz-Experten, bei ihrem Streben, die neue EU-Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO) zu bewältigen. Was ist schutzwürdig? Alles bekannt Personenbezogene, sowieso. Mehr aber noch das Unbekannte.
Last week Alibaba splashed $2.6 billion, buying Chinese shopping mall operator Intime. This move is yet another step in its strategy strategy to focus on offline-to-online, and create a more seamless experience for its consumers. The coming scope and scale of digital disruption is breathtaking. The integration of design, product management
Balance. This is the challenge facing any organisation wishing to exploit their customer data in the digital age. On one side we have the potential for a massive explosion of customer data. We can collect real-time social media data, machine data, behavioural data and of course our traditional master and
Ab 2018 verschärft die EU massiv den Datenschutz. Betroffen ist weltweit jedes Unternehmen, das EU-Bürgern etwas anbietet, ihr Kauf&Klick-Verhalten analysiert oder im Auftrag verarbeitet. Erste Projekte sind bereits gestartet, um die geforderten „angemessenen Maßnahmen“ real auch nachweisen zu können. Denn hohe Strafen und schlechte Presse lauern. Es lockt das Vertrauen
The European Parliament has adopted new personal data protection regulation. This must be implemented in all organisations by end of May 2018, and applies also to EEA countries. The new rules mean increased responsibility for businesses and public administration, substantially higher penalties for violations, and a greater focus on control
EU-parlamentet har vedtatt ny personvernforordning. Denne skal være innført i alle virksomheter før 25. mai 2018, og er også gjeldende for EØS-land. De nye reglene medfører økt ansvarliggjøring av bedrifter og offentlig forvalting, betydelige økte nivåer for overtredelsesgebyr og økt fokus på kontroll og overholdelse av lovgivningen. I praksis betyr
In 15 Monaten tritt die EU-Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR) in Kraft. Nicht nur Unternehmen mit Sitz in der Europäischen Union bereiten sich darauf vor, sondern auch Firmen mit Sitz im Ausland sind betroffen, die personenbezogene Daten von europäischen Bürgern nutzen. Welchen Einfluss hat GDPR auf Analytics und Datenmanagement?
If you are a business manager in a European company that holds personal customer data, or one that holds data on European customers, it’s time to start sitting up and taking notice. GDPR is here, and you really can’t afford to ignore it any longer. GDPR—or General Data Protection Regulation,
GDPR, or the European General Data Protection Regulation, will be upon us in just 15 months’ time. Companies not just in Europe but around the world are preparing for it, because it affects any personal data held about any European customer, no matter where a company is based. But how
A blog about how analytics affects the culture of architecture, ethics and values. This little sticker was put on my screen as a farewell salute by a now former colleague on her last day in the office. Most organisations talk about how to build strong cultures or change the current