Trust. Trust is defined as the assured reliance or belief on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something (Webster’s Dictionary). It’s a term we use often to describe how we feel about the people, the institutions, and the things around us. But I would argue that the term “trust” was used differently years ago vs. how it is used and perceived today.
In our new column Eyes on Data with The EDM Council, which will be published during the second month of each quarter, we hope to shine some light on the evolving definition of trust and its impact on our digital world. Learn how the complexity of data today demands a foundation built on advanced and disciplined data management. Navigate the challenges of trusting data in the age of AI and discover the crucial role of a trusted data foundation in managing risk.