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  • Data Flows Once Data is Out it is Hard to Control Jeff Jonas, IBM Distinguished Engineer Chief Scientist, IBM Entity Analytics [email_address] April 6th, 2011
  • How Many Copies of Data?
    • Sometimes 10,000’s of copies are made
      • Backups (~144 copies)
      • Internal transfers
        • Other operational systems
        • Operational data stores
        • Data warehouses
        • Data marts
        • Testing systems
        • Training systems
        • Their backups
      • External transfers (information sharing partners)
        • And their ecosystem (from warehouses to backups)
        • And their information sharing partners
  • Keeping Data Current
    • Data tethering
      • Adds, changes and deletes replicated through the ecosystem
    • Source attribution
      • A recipient of a record … knowing exactly where the record came from
      • Attached to the record
      • Necessary
      • Common practice
    • Information transfer accountability
      • An accounting of “to whom the record has been released”
      • Attached to the record
      • Necessary
      • Less common practice
  • Information Transfer Accountability Basic Data Name: Mark T Smith Address: POB 1346 City: Seattle Phone: (310) 555-0000 Tax ID: 556-99-9999 Balance: $361.43
  • Information Transfer Accountability Who Looked Date Name Why 01/09/2010 Ken Wales Teller trans 11/24/2010 Susan Callie Fraud invest
  • Information Transfer Accountability Sent Where Date Sent to Why 04/19/2010 ADP Payroll synch 06/01/2010 Amex Marketing alliance 07/16/2010 S&J Inc Third party deal 12/31/2010 IRS Annual compliance
    • Privacy Tip #1:
    • Avoid Consumer Surprise
  • Related Blog Posts
    • How Many Copies of Your Data? Is Somewhat Like Asking: How Many Licks to the Center of the Tootsie Pop?
    • Data Tethering: Managing the Echo
    • Source Attribution, Don’t Leave Home Without It
    • Out-bound Record-level Accountability in Information Sharing Systems
    • Where Possible … Avoid Consumer Surprise
    • Decommissioning Data: Destruction of Accountability
  • Data Flows Once Data is Out it is Hard to Control Jeff Jonas, IBM Distinguished Engineer Chief Scientist, IBM Entity Analytics [email_address] April 6th, 2011