Information governance aims to provide a management framework for an organisation’s information based on its business value and associated risk. If applied appropriately, information governance can provide a mechanism to generate fast, high-quality information to help leaders make vital business decisions. In addition, it can provide customers and regulators with insights into how the data has been collected, used, transferred, stored and/or destroyed.
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