target audience: TECH BUYER  Publication date: May 2021 - Document type: IDC PeerScape - Doc  Document number: # US46519420

IDC PeerScape: Practices for Developing Policies for Governance of Operational Data in Worldwide Mining

By:  Benjamin Kirkwood


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This IDC PeerScape explores four key practices that mining organizations worldwide should address when developing policies for the governance of operational data. Four best practices for mining companies undertaking a governance of operational data review are:

  • Practice 1: Manage data visibility and data ownership.
  • Practice 2: Integrate cross-platform data to enhance data management.
  • Practice 3: Maintain data integrity to ensure trust in data.
  • Practice 4: Implement OT security systems to minimize breach impact.

"This IDC PeerScape identifies the challenges associated with the governance of operational data," says Ben Kirkwood, senior research manager, Worldwide Mining, IDC Energy Insights. "Developing data governance practices based upon other's learnings is key to ensure data is properly shared and utilized throughout mining operations and is essential when creating value from insight."


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