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Date & Time

04/29/2021 12:00 pm

Time Zone

Central US Time (GMT -5)

Speaker

Anne Marie Smith, Ph.D.

What You'll Learn

  • Concepts and best practices in managing data ethically
  • Benefits of ethically managed data to any organization – and data ethics connections to functions such as data governance, business intelligence / analytics, data quality
  • Steps to developing an organizational culture of ethical data management, and some challenges to success

Webinar Overview

Developing an ethical approach to data collection, storage, usage, and security is essential to an organization’s successful use of their information assets. This webinar provides attendees with an overview of the foundations of data ethics and the ethical treatment of data, including an approach for creating an ethical data culture, benefits of managing data according to ethical principles, and insights into some challenges with using data ethically.

Anne Marie Smith, Ph.D., author of several articles on data ethics will present these important concepts and best practices – and take questions from the attendees.

About The Speaker

Anne Marie Smith, Ph.D.

VICE PRESIDENT OF EDUCATION AND CHIEF METHODOLOGIST, EWSOLUTIONS

Anne Marie Smith, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of enterprise data management, data governance, enterprise data architecture and data warehousing. Dr. Smith is VP of Education and Chief Methodologist of Enterprise Warehousing Solutions, Inc. (EWS), a Chicago-based enterprise data management consultancy dedicated to providing clients with best-in-class solutions. Author of numerous articles, Dr. Smith is also a well-known speaker in her areas of expertise at conferences and symposia.

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