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Slides: Rethinking Trust in Data

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About the Webinar

The explosive growth of data and the value it creates calls on data professionals to level up their programs to build, demonstrate, and maintain trust. The days of fine print, pre-ticked boxes, and data hoarding are gone and strong collaboration from data, privacy, marketing and ethics teams is necessary to design trustworthy data-driven practices.


Join for a discussion on the latest trends in trusted data and how you can take critical steps to build trust in data practices by:

  • Embedding privacy by design into data operations
  • Respecting individual choice and optimizing the ongoing relationship with consumers
  • Preparing for future data challenges including responsible AI and sustainability

About the Speakers

Shane Wiggins

Product Line Manager, OneTrust

Shane Wiggins serves as a Product Line Manager at OneTrust, the Trust Intelligence Platform, unlocking every company’s value and potential to thrive by doing what’s good for people and the planet. OneTrust connects privacy, GRC, ethics, and ESG teams, data, and processes, so all companies can collaborate seamlessly and put trust at the center of their operations and culture.

In his role, Shane supports OneTrust Data Governance, including Data Discovery, Data Catalog and AI Governance product lines. Shane is responsible for the AI powered discovery and classification services as well as the underlying data model supporting the OneTrust platform. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the University of Florida and is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E, CIPM), LEED Green Associate and Six Sigma Green Belt.

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