Self-regulation may be a necessary step for Australian organisations to maintain trust from their customers that they are prioritising privacy when collecting and using data.
Data governance was often pushed aside as Australian organisations rushed to capitalise on big data and AI in 2023. This year, there will be a renewed focus on the ethics of data collection and use.
The Australian federal government aims to deliver changes to privacy laws in 2024. Organisations are being warned to prepare ahead of time by creating a comprehensive map of organisational data.
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Data governance is necessary in e-commerce as it ensures that decisions are based on quality data while simultaneously managing risk and upholding compliance standards.
Australian retailers are rolling out mass surveillance solutions to combat shoplifting, but a poor regulatory environment could mean high risks associated with data security and privacy.
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