Data governance, privacy, and ethics are closely related and often overlap.

Robust Data governance is critical for organisations who are looking to be data driven; it is the backbone of informed decision making. It helps organizations ensure the quality, integrity, security, and compliance of their data. It also helps improve efficiency by standardizing data practices and processes, reducing the risk of errors, and enabling better collaboration. Data governance is essential for making informed decisions, protecting sensitive information, and complying with laws and regulations.

Privacy refers to the right of individuals to control their personal information and how it is collected, used, and shared. Organisations have a responsibility to protect the privacy of individuals and to be transparent about how they collect, use, and share personal data.

Ethics refers to the principles and values that guide the behaviour of individuals and organisations. In the context of data governance and privacy, ethics can be particularly important because it helps ensure
that organisations act in a responsible and trustworthy manner when handling and using data.

James Lecoutre


Ben Le Gassick


Patrick Choy

Associate Director