In an era marked by the exponential growth of data, evolving business landscapes, and increased regulatory scrutiny, effective data governance has emerged as a critical imperative for organizations of all sizes. The complexities of managing and governing data in today’s dynamic environment demand a new paradigm that aligns with business objectives, adapts to change, and encompasses a holistic approach to data governance, data risk management, and data compliance (Data GRC).
Organizations face specific challenges in data governance, including the discovery, collection, management, access, and analysis of data. These challenges require a comprehensive approach involving establishing clear responsibilities, implementing data quality measures, and ensuring secure access to data while upholding ethical data analysis practices.
Data GRC involves . . .
[The rest of this blog can be read on the Archive360 blog, where GRC 20/20’s Michael Rasmussen is a guest author]