The role of the board is changing in the age of the 4th Industrial Revolution and the Digital Economy. Data is the new currency and digital experience is the new customer experience.
As the regulatory environment expands to include data privacy, and lawmakers and federal regulatory bodies increasingly focus on technology companies in antitrust investigations, the role of the board must evolve to keep up with this change. Committee structures must change, and the experience and expertise of board members needs to change to address the new issues and challenges facing organizations in the digital age.
This session will explore the importance of digital and data governance and ethics in the 21st century boardroom. It will help board members understand their new role, the new areas of focus, and the right questions to ask to effectively provide corporate governance in the digital age. We will discuss the importance of digital and data governance and ethics and provide a checklist of the key questions to ask to conduct a data audit and digital due diligence.
This session will focus on the evolving role of the board director in the digital economy and the right questions board members should ask regarding digital and data issues.
Date: Monday, October 17th
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