Can We Trust The Cloud?
High-profile data breaches and missteps involving personal data seem to be reported almost daily by the media. Tension has arisen between individual perceptions of harm and powerlessness versus organizational feelings of control and ownership. The result: a decline in trust among all stakeholders. Individuals are beginning to lose trust in how organizations and governments are using data about them, organizations are losing trust in their ability to secure data and leverage it to create value, and governments are seeking to strengthen trust to protect an individual’s privacy. Yet, at the same time, consumers continue to share personal data and online retail continues to grow.
Stakeholders (individuals, organizations and governments) have different cultural norms, timeframes for action and paths to a potential solution. Different regions are at different stages of this process of establishing a framework for dealing with personal data.
For you, what is the best approach for establishing rules that allow data to flow in a trusted manner?
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