Is your organization using data ethically?

If you think data ethics doesn’t apply to your organization, you’re probably wrong. Now more than ever, every company is a data company, say expert associate partner Liz Grennan, senior partner Kayvaun Rowshankish, and co-authors in a recent article. By 2025, individuals and companies around the world will produce an estimated 463 exabytes of data each day—a decade ago, they produced less than three. How should companies begin to think about ethical data management? And what measures can they put in place to ensure that they are using data appropriately across the value chain? Dive into these insights to explore the most common data management traps—and don’t risk losing your customers’ trust and destroying value.

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