iRights.Lab pub­lish­es Data-Gov­er­nance-Report

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Deal­ing with data ade­quate­ly becomes more and more a basic skill in the dig­i­tal age. Data secruity, data avail­abil­i­ty or data qual­i­ty are impor­tant terms for the work envi­ro­ment of com­pa­nies, orga­ni­za­tions and pub­lic author­i­ties.

iRights.Lab deals with research in behalf of the Fed­er­al Min­istry of Trans­port and Dig­i­tal Infra­struc­ture (BMVI) with inde­pen­dent self-admin­is­tra­tion con­cepts. The project has been start­ed in 2017 and is fund­ed by the Min­istry.

iRights.Lab now pub­lish­es the first results in its “Data Gov­er­nance Report” which is can be down­loaded here.

The report shows the cri­te­ria of a well-craft­ed data gov­er­nance con­cept as well as its chal­lenges. Espe­cial­ly research and devel­op­ment projects in the field of dig­i­tal appli­ca­tion areas for the field of mobil­i­ty 4.0 have been essen­tial.

On the one hand the report shows how impor­tant a safe and respon­si­ble use of data is for small orga­ni­za­tions and on the other hand it makes clear that improve­ment is still need­ed.

iRights.Lab devel­ops con­cepts for imple­ment­ing and using such self-gov­er­nance process­es and to cre­ate a high stan­dart for data pro­tec­tion and data safe­ty, with­out ignor­ing the nec­es­sary inno­va­tion fac­tors.

The report makes clear that deal­ing with data on the one hand and a high degree of inno­va­tion on the other hand is not mutu­al­ly a con­tra­dic­tion.

Here you can down­load the Data Gov­er­nance Report as PDF.

More infor­ma­tion about the project can be found here.