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* [https://www.scc.ca/en/system/files/publications/SCC_Data_Gov_Roadmap_EN.pdf The Data Governance Roadmap] from the Standards Council of Canada.<blockquote>Standardization solutions will result in a higher quality of data and trust in access mechanisms, and ensure that tools being deployed are ethical, fair and lawful. It addresses 1. Quality, 2. Trust and 3. Ethics.</blockquote>
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* [https://www.scc.ca/en/system/files/publications/SCC_Data_Gov_Roadmap_EN.pdf The Data Governance Roadmap] from the Standards Council of Canada (SCC).<blockquote>Standardization solutions will result in a higher quality of data and trust in access mechanisms, and ensure that tools being deployed are ethical, fair and lawful. It addresses 1. Quality, 2. Trust and 3. Ethics.</blockquote>
 
* Data governance is a term wide in scope with origins in information management, centring on best practices for data collection, storage, archiving and purging. Common elements of data governance include Collection, Privacy, Usage, Synthesis/Analysis, Control, Publication, Storage and Archiving/ Disposal. (from the SCC reference above.)
 
* Data governance is a term wide in scope with origins in information management, centring on best practices for data collection, storage, archiving and purging. Common elements of data governance include Collection, Privacy, Usage, Synthesis/Analysis, Control, Publication, Storage and Archiving/ Disposal. (from the SCC reference above.)
  

Latest revision as of 11:16, 7 July 2021

Full Title or Meme

An abstraction of a set of compliance conditions for an organization to functions.

Context

In the context of Identity Management, a Governance Framework deals primarily with Community and Privacy in the digital world.

Solutions

Data Governance

  • The Data Governance Roadmap from the Standards Council of Canada (SCC).
    Standardization solutions will result in a higher quality of data and trust in access mechanisms, and ensure that tools being deployed are ethical, fair and lawful. It addresses 1. Quality, 2. Trust and 3. Ethics.
  • Data governance is a term wide in scope with origins in information management, centring on best practices for data collection, storage, archiving and purging. Common elements of data governance include Collection, Privacy, Usage, Synthesis/Analysis, Control, Publication, Storage and Archiving/ Disposal. (from the SCC reference above.)

References