Kansen voor Big data – WPA Vertrouwen
van den Broek, T.A.
van Veenstra, A.F.E.
van Nunen, A.M.
Big data is expected to become a driver for economic growth, but this can only be achieved when services based on (big) data are accepted by citizens and consumers. In a recent policy brief, the Cabinet Office mentions trust as one of the three pillars (the others being transparency and control) for ePrivacy. As such, it is a requirement for realizing economic value of services based on (personal) data. Businesses play a role in guaranteeing data security and privacy of data subjects, but also government organizations may facilitate these developments, for example by creating regulation, or by setting standards. Often big data services are based on data sharing among different organizations. This may impact trust in these services. Furthermore, organizations can become responsible for any privacy breaches by organizations they collaborate with. This risk can hamper creating new data based services by multiple organizations. Therefore, this project investigates how governance of big data services in settings of multiple organizations is organized and which requirements are necessary for creating trust in these services.
ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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Strategy & Policy Analysis
SP2 - Strategy & Policy 2
TNO 2014 R11049