GDPR wasn’t the data apocalypse many anticipated, but it has changed how consumers view their data. For companies that respect this shift and learn how to orchestrate customer data effectively, there are rewards to be had, argues Tealium’s Lindsay McEwan.
High profile data breaches have put CISOs under the spotlight and emphasised the limitations of what conventional cyber-security can achieve. Alongside technology to prevent unauthorised access, you also need to be tracking where your data is ending up, as DQM GRC’s Peter Galdies explained to DataIQ.
Andy McPhee of AstraZeneca manages a large team of data engineers working with almost all aspects of data within the pharmaceutical giant. He told Toni Sekinah the major data challenge his company was facing and the company-wide strategic initiative that has data at the heart of it.
In this edition of the podcast, Amanda Davis of Parkinson’s talks about the charity’s new data strategy and CRM platform. Plus, Tom Smith of the ONS Data Science Campus reflects on two years of activity.
Trust in data not only increases your level of compliance, it can enhance the accuracy of the decisions you make. But only if you really believe the data you are presented with. Caroline Worboys of Outra explains why confidence scores are the key tool for achieving this.
Dark data has for some time been the buzz word on the data block, yet many businesses are unsure of what dark data means and whether or not it’s cause for concern. Steve Coates of Brainnwave explains what it is and why it matters.
In this edition of the podcast, Liz Brandt of Ctrl-Shift talks through the findings from its recent data mobility infrastructure sandbox and David Reed interviews Keith Dugmore, founder of the Demographic Users Group and winner of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Plus, a panel session from the DataIQ Summit on how to organise for automation.