Earlier, I laid out the fundamental pillars of data trust and discussed the common qualities shared by different stakeholders with diverse definitions of trust. Understanding this context is critical to address the rapidly growing crisis… Continue Reading →
In my opening remarks, I introduced the four pillars of data trust—security, privacy, accountability, and integrity—along with the perceptions and expectations of diverse stakeholders across an organization. In this post, I will examine the common… Continue Reading →
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Adam Ghetti, founder and chief technology officer of Ionic Security, discusses how establishing trust in a digital world can cause paralysis. He defines data trust– as the intersection of security, privacy, accountability, and integrity– and outlines how diverse business stakeholders perceive trust.
Recently, the San Francisco Chronicle published an open invitation from House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden (R-OR) to Silicon Valley CEOs requesting them to testify before the panel and discuss “disruptive… Continue Reading →
Trust is the ultimate binding agent and accelerant. Niklas Luhmann, one of the 20th century’s most influential social theorists, is often quoted: “A complete absence of trust would prevent one even getting up in the… Continue Reading →