Managing the Risks of Big Data
Big data is a big deal
|Brisbane||Mon, 20 April||
|Sydney||Tue, 21 April||
Karstens Conference Centre
The insights that big data can provide into the minds of consumers means that it is an increasingly invaluable tool which can be used to personalise and modify any number of products and services.
Insurance is an industry built on the law of large numbers and is ideally placed to benefit from the endless and fast moving streams of information provided by the use of big data. But not only is big data a source of information for insurers, it is a source of business from those wishing to insure against big data risks.
And big data is not without big risk. Collectors of personal data have an obligation to manage and store that information responsibly in a regulatory landscape where the goalposts are constantly changing.
This informative lunchtime seminar will help you navigate the risks associated with big data and deal with complex issues such as:
- What exactly is big data?
- The opportunities and risks associated with big data.
- Privacy implications of collecting big data.
- Insuring against big data risks.
Time: 12:30 - 2.00pm (1.5 hours)