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Video: Data Conversations Over Coffee with Janine, Rohena & Maria

Written by Craig Steward

Video: Data Conversations Over Coffee with Janine, Rohena & Maria

Written by Craig Steward on Jun 15, 2020 10:54:35 AM

Data and Analytics

In episode 17 I'm joined by Janine West and Rohena Govender from Investec and Maria Dalle Ave from the JSE for a conversation about data privacy & protection.



There's a general concern that regulations such as GDPR and POPIA will slow down or hinder a businesses analytics initiatives. So I wanted to dig into this with data protection and privacy specialists and understand how they're working with analytics teams, and business, to ensure that these regulations are understood, adhered to and add value to business. 

Janine, Maria, Rohena and I caught up over coffee so they could share their thoughts on the topic. 


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