Published: 14 March 2019
Analyst(s): Legal and Compliance Research Team
With growing demands on information management from regulators, customers and business partners, privacy leaders should build a fit-for-business governance framework that targets the most urgent business problems, involves stakeholders based on specific needs and defines decision ownership.
Privacy Is an Architect of Information Governance
A Growing Capabilities Gap
Early Frameworks Are Fit-for-Governance
Make Information Governance Fit for Business Purpose
Narrow Scope to Advance an Urgent Business Need
Design a Flexible Execution Model
Define Decision Ownership
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