The information lifecycle – create, process, store, transmit, destroy – is fundamental to good data governance. It is about so much more than compliance, and organizations can benefit – and even gain competitive advantage – from utilizing reliable data.
- Information can be recreated, either replicated or in a slightly altered form, particularly in the “process” and “store” stages of the lifecycle. This contributes to the significant footprint of information throughout the organization.
Features and Benefits
- Analyzes the footprint of data and information that an organization is responsible for.
- Identifies the importance of mapping data flows to support data privacy.
Key questions answered
- What environments should be considered when mapping data flows?
- What implications does the information lifecycle have on data integrity?
Table of contents
Knowing the information lifecycle helps map the footprint of data
Good data governance is about more than just compliance
Cultural shifts are required alongside governance