Peter Galdies

Director
DataIQ

Peter is a data governance and marketing professional with over 25 years experience.

After founding DQM GRC in 1996 and DataIQ in 2016 he is now responsible for the organisations financial and product strategies and provides solution advice and consultancy for data governance information solutions to major corporates.

 

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In December 2015 the long process of agreeing a new set of legislation designed to reform the legal framework for ensuring the rights of EU residents to a private life was completed. This was... more
The recent bad publicity that charities are receiving as a result of poor data and contact practice is risking significant damage to the whole sector. Already there are calls for tougher legislation... more
Session C2   Ahead of the curve, business intelligence that drives companiy performance Ray Wright (Lead Forensics) & Peter Galdies (Data IQ) Are you sure you're using every tool... more
There is a staggering amount of buzz about “Big Data”. Every day I receive emails, tweets, blogs, physical mail, linked-in discussions and even occasionally hear references on the radio and... more
After recent stringent proposals for data protection regulation it seems particularly bizarre that European Union justice ministers will now consider a 'two-strikes' rule for data breaches. The Irish... more
The times aren't changing - they have changed. The traditional skills of marketing and publishing have evolved. Data is everywhere and consumers want to select how information is information... more
The appeal of having the latest mobile device is irresistible for many business managers. So the rise of bringing your own device also looks unavoidable. As Peter Galdies, director of DQM Group,... more
Data governance seems to have a bit of an image problem... Governance is dry term, it implies regulation, adherence, rules, restriction and construction. Those "not in know" might think it was a bit... more
Like it or not, the requirement for privacy management is going to get greater, rather than less. That could present problems in a business environment which has only rarely recognised privacy as a... more
The boardroom of today is a difficult place to be, executives are being presented with challenge after challenge - a difficult financial environment, increasing regulation & risk, more open... more

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