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Keys to leading consumer data and information practices

KPMG’s new Point of View paper, Data rich governance, discusses keys to leading consumer data and information practices along with actions organizations can take to strengthen their processes.

Companies rich in consumer personal data thrive on the power of data analysis to enhance the customer experience, streamline operations, and redefine markets. They face, however, growing global and jurisdictional pressures to protect data security, privacy rights, law enforcement standards, and fair and reputable business operations.

KPMG’s new Point of View paper, Data rich governance, discusses keys to leading consumer data and information practices along with actions organizations can take to strengthen their processes.

High-profile data breach and data sharing incidents along with legislative and regulatory initiatives such as the EU’s GDPR have raised awareness of data privacy and security on a global scale, making it a top priority for firms across multiple industries.

Data rich governance

Three keys to leading consumer data and information practices

If you have questions, or are interested in KPMG services related to consumer data and information practices, please contact Steve Stein, Orson Lucas or any of the other key subject matter professionals named in the POV.

Steven Stein

Steven Stein

Principal, Cyber Security, KPMG (US)

+1 312-665-3181
Orson Lucas

Orson Lucas

Managing Director, Cyber Security, KPMG (US)

+1 813-301-2025