Intelligent CIO Europe Issue 61 - Page 28

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Data privacy and security regulations have forced businesses across industries to re-examine and manage policies on how data is accessed , processed , analysed and shared .
reported that data owners are responsible for tasks related to both policy leadership and execution .
• The privacy engineering function plays a key role in supporting data policy management efforts , but the role is still evolving . More than half ( 58 %) of participants said their organisation has a dedicated privacy engineering function that supports data policy management efforts , but the prevalence and standardisation of this role is still relatively nascent .
• Ease of deployment and integration are the top criteria organisations look for when selecting a data access tool . A total of 47 % of respondents indicate ease of deployment is a top priority , with support for real-time data ( 46.3 %), automation ( 46.3 %) and scalability ( 44.5 %) among the other capabilities organisations seek out .
“ Data security and access control are central tenets of organisations ’ data strategies ,” said Matthew Carroll , CEO of Immuta . “ It ’ s now incumbent upon data leaders to ensure their teams have the right human and technical resources in place to execute those strategies . While businesses are hyper-focused on how they can leverage all of the data at their disposal , data privacy and security regulations have forced businesses across industries to re-examine and manage policies on how data is accessed , processed , analysed and shared . They ’ re now at a crossroads between enabling BI and analytics , and maintaining compliance and data security .” p
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