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Guarding and growing
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Report on a page
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Accenture believes five principles of corporate digit...
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Three new features on the data landscape
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1. New data life cycle
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Personal data unlocks key business benefits
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Business use of personal data at risk
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Business use of personal data at risk (con’t)
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The principles of corporate digital responsibility deliver important
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1. Digital stewardship
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3. Digital empowerment
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4. Digital equity
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  1. 1. Guarding and growing personal data value January 2016
  2. 2. 2 Report on a page Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. 2 Accenture believes five principles of corporate digital responsibility—stewardship, transparency, empowerment, equity and inclusion—can turn potential risks into opportunities for business differentiation and growth. But increasingly customers are concerned about who is doing what with their data. Governments are rewriting the rules to protect privacy. And watchdogs are stepping up their scrutiny of data practices. Businesses collect massive volumes of data from individuals, using it to personalize customer offerings, innovate products and diversify into new markets. How can organizations preserve and even increase the potential of personal data?
  3. 3. 3 Three new features on the data landscape Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. New data life cycle Wider spectrum of data-collection channels More integrated business benefits
  4. 4. 4 1. New data life cycle Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Digital technology has transformed the business data life cycle Source: Accenture Institute for High Performance.
  5. 5. 5 2. Wider spectrum of data-collection channels Businesses gather personal data through multiple channels Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Source: Accenture personal data survey 2014. Q: From which of the following sources does your company routinely collect data? 42% Directly from other organizations (e.g., through commercial or data-sharing agreement) 79% Directly from 33% From connected dev ices 30% From personal-dat intermediaries 33% Purchase from third- party data suppliers
  6. 6. 6 3. More integrated business benefits Personal data unlocks key business benefits Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Source: Accenture personal data survey 2014. Q: What are the key benefits your company realizes from the use of personal data?
  7. 7. 7 Business use of personal data at risk Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. There is a crisis of trust in data security Customers will not do business with companies they do not trust with their data. Yet more than half of our survey respondents agree that their businesses are not doing enough to build trust with customers over use of their data. Customers are demanding a data dividend Individuals are finding ways to gain greater benefits from allowing companies to use their data. Nearly 60% of our survey respondents from products and manufacturing companies report that their customers are actively monetizing their own data, bringing an end to “free” data collection. Customers are acting on their privacy concerns 67% of survey respondents believe that their customers are taking measures to protect data privacy (e.g. opting out of some services). This could compromise the amount and quality of personal data that businesses can use.
  8. 8. 8 Business use of personal data at risk (con’t) Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. New technologies and startups are helping more people go “off grid” Internet services and mobile devices designed to protect online footprint are growing. This trend could reduce the quality of customer data as well as the speed at which businesses can analyze it. Regulation is changing the rules of data collection Governments are stepping up their regulatory response to concerns over data privacy. In 1993, four countries had data-privacy regulation—by late 2013, this number reached 101. Watchdogs are increasing the scrutiny of business data practices A number of independent organizations are scrutinizing how businesses manage personal data. By publishing scorecards and awards for ethical data handling, they can help customers make more informed decisions.
  9. 9. 9 To turn these risks into opportunities, businesses need to embrace Accenture’s five principles of corporate digital responsibility Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. #1 Digital stewardship Ensuring that management of personal data is consistent with the expectations of those providing it #2 Digital transparency Demonstrating openness in how businesses use personal data #3 Digital empowerment Giving customers greater control over their data #4 Digital equity Clarifying and potentially increasing the benefits customers receive in exchange for sharing their data #5 Digital inclusion Using personal data to multiply positive societal outcomes
  10. 10. 10 The principles of corporate digital responsibility deliver important business benefits Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Source: Accenture Institute for High Performance.
  11. 11. 11 Gaps exist between the perceived importance of corporate digital responsibility principles and action taken against them Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Source: Accenture personal data survey 2014. Q: Over the next three years, to what extent will the following strategies be important ways in which businesses can strengthen their reputation for the responsible use of data—and to what extent is your company already taking action in each of these areas?
  12. 12. 12 1. Digital stewardship Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. • Compile and maintain a company- wide data inventory to record key assets, levels of sensitivity and data owners. • Establish clear data-governance structures with board-level responsibility. • Put a company-wide, locally tailored data-protection policy in place with business-unit champions and regular employee training. • Conduct regular resilience tests to model the impact of cyber-attacks, and put contingency plans in place. • Assess and monitor suppliers’ data- handling standards, updating procurement rules as needed. Five steps to get startedFostering a culture of stewardship Microsoft has long been running campaigns around customer data privacy and trustworthy computing. Following the NSA revelation, Microsoft further introduced tools to encrypt data and sign certificate in the cloud. Co-creating secure platforms American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, UnionPay and Visa developed a new payments system that uses tokenization (converting a credit card number into a unique value that, by itself, holds no value). Driving standards across the ecosystem The Cyber-security Information Sharing Partnership is a joint industry-government initiative that provides a forum for companies to share knowledge on cyber breaches. Leading strategies
  13. 13. 13 2. Digital transparency Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Five steps to get started • Map the flow of personal data across its life cycle, from collection to disposal. • Open up different elements of the life cycle to user scrutiny. • Establish clear, intuitive privacy terms, conditions and policy statements. • Consider regular publication of a transparency report detailing third- party data requests. • Work with watchdogs to gain external accreditation. Increasing openness across the data lifecycle Facebook has shortened the length of its privacy policy by two-thirds and introduced explanatory videos. Google dashboard summarizes users’ data across Google products. Embracing industry self-regulation Online advertising agencies (including DMA and iab) in the United States initiated a self-regulatory program. Seeking out independent accreditation The accreditation mark will only be available to those businesses that adhere to the “Fair Data” principles. Leading strategies
  14. 14. 14 3. Digital empowerment Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Five steps to get started • Develop capabilities to facilitate real- time adjustment of privacy settings and sharing preferences. • Anticipate customers’ uptake of decision services by analyzing existing data—and craft strategies for meeting demand for such services. • Develop in-house capabilities or partner with analytics service providers to turn data inventories into insights valuable to customers. • Understand the economic trade-offs of increased customer empowerment. • Assess the impact of using an “opt- in” rather than “opt-out” model of data collection. Strengthening customer controls Telefonica launched Latch, an app that enables users to turn off and on their personal accounts (e.g. social media and email) over the internet. Helping customers make better decisions Bupa partnered with Australia’s George Institute for Global Health to launch the mobile phone app FoodSwitch to help customers make better food choices. Users can scan bar codes of packaged foods with their smartphones and the app recommends a list of healthier substitutes. Leading strategies
  15. 15. 15 4. Digital equity Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Five steps to get started • Map the flow of data-related benefits between the organization and its customers. • Use analytics to assess customers’ perceptions of the fairness of benefit distribution. • Communicate more clearly the benefits customers can get at each point in their transactions with the organization. • Partner with service providers to find novel ways of enhancing the customer experience. • Explore opportunities to offer data- management services. Enhancing financial incentives tsū is a social network that shares its revenue with users. Delivering benefits in real time American Eagle, Best Buy, JCPenney, Macy’s and Target partnered with shopkick, an app to communicate with shoppers in real time through location data. Developing new applications of core capabilities Commonwealth Bank is offering its customers a digital safety deposit box. Leading strategies
  16. 16. 16 5. Digital inclusion Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Five steps to get started • Identify assets from data inventories that have potential for societal application. • Assess whether social impact would be best achieved through in-house data analysis, collaboration with partners or open innovation. • Ensure consent from data providers and establish sharing protocols that protect individual and corporate privacy. • Enhance in-house skills needed to work with external partners. • Identify alignment of social-impact strategies with commercial potential. Identifying and enabling societal application of data Orange Telecom helped to enhance urban planning in Ivory Coast using data on mobile signals and call patterns. Twitter launched “Data Grants” to share tweet data with researchers. Informing public policy Nest analyzed field data on carbon monoxide events, publishing white paper to improve evidence-based policy making. Leading strategies
  17. 17. 17Copyright © 2016 Accenture All rights reserved. Contact the authors Tim Cooper is a senior manager in Accenture Strategy’s Sustainability practice, leading the global capability on digital responsibility. LinkedIn tim.e.cooper@accenture.com Ryan LaSalle is the managing director of growth and strategy for Accenture Security, leading the strategic roadmap for the security practice – including offering development, industrialization, people agenda and delivery. LinkedIn ryan.m.lasalle@accenture.com Kuangyi Wei is a thought leadership research associate manager for the Accenture Institute for High Performance. LinkedIn kuangyi.wei@accenture.com Guarding and growing personal data value Additional reading

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