Knowledge Creation and Data Protection: How an Enterprise Data Strategy Enables Both

Featured Speakers

JoAnn Stonier
Chief Data Officer
Martin Abrams
Executive Director and Chief Strategist
The Information Accountability Foundation
Barbara Lawler
Chief Operating Officer & Sr. Strategist
The Information Accountability Foundation

The process of “knowledge creation” has been called “thinking with data,” and the process of “knowledge application” has been called “acting with data.” Understanding the difference between knowledge creation and knowledge discovery and the purposes for which they are being undertaken is critical to understanding how they should be governed as part of an enterprise data strategy. Learn about how ensuring the responsible and ethical development of new data-driven products and services is part of that strategy, along with the evolving global regulatory environment causes friction.