Technological progress has facilitated the free flow of global data around the world, fueling consumers’ and businesses’ insatiable appetite for digital services. Now regulators and governments around the world are starting to catch up with the technological advances that have streamed ahead. Data sovereignty has become a key topic for interrogation at a global scale. International data access can have transformative effects on innovation and global alignment, but regulation and compliance are restrictive.
In this white paper, we look at how organizations need to navigate a world where cross-border data flows are restricted, and the growing importance of measures such as data governance that can help alleviate the problems caused by those restrictions. We also examine what data sovereignty frameworks should cover and the implications of the data sovereignty movement in depth. International data access can have transformative effects on innovation and global alignment, but regulation and compliance are restrictive.
Data sovereignty and the future of cross-border information sharing
About Data Republic
Data Republic’s world-first technology has been designed to solve the complexity of multi-party data analysis, transforming manual data governance procedures and patched-together analytics solutions into simple, online workflows.
We make it simple to ‘connect the dots’ when it comes to governing external data discovery, licensing and project orchestration so that you can share data with confidence.
Organizations using Senate technology today report an acceleration of their innovation and digital transformation initiatives, on average a 93% reduction in time-to-value and the ability to engage and evaluation global data talent in a safe, secure and scalable way.