by Andrew White | June 1, 2017 | Comments Off on New Special Report on Digital Trust
My colleagues Felix Gaehtgens and Ant Allan just led a special report on digital trust. They just published Digital Trust – Redefining Trust for the Digital Era: A Gartner Trend Insight Report.
Trust underpins every interaction, but traditional trust models do not scale to the scope, spontaneity and agency required in digital business. Digital trust emerges to establish and manage trust in the myriad digital interactions and relationships between businesses, individuals and things.
I was lucky enough to contribute to this special report with an updated note that ended up being importantly changed: Reset your Information Governance Approach by Moving from Truth to Trust. In this note I updated the “trust model” I developed a few years ago. This model can be used to determine the policy of trust between data, systems, people, devices, or enterprises. It can also be used to measure or determine the level of trust being observed. You can then leverage teh result to automate the level of risk mitigation and quality routines needed to resolve any gaps between the observed level of trust and the desired level of trust.
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