The future of financial data: A look into 2022
2021 was marked by unpredictability. If at its beginning we hoped we would be “going back to normal” in a matter of weeks, by the end we were sure that “the old normal” is not coming back, and that even “the new normal” is a transient concept.
As the notion of privacy continues to evolve in the face of technology personalizing more and more of our lives, important questions are asked about our financial data as consumers.
Who does data belong to, the user or institution holding it? Which entities should be allowed to access it, and under what conditions? How is that data protected, and who is responsible when it’s breached? How can data be used to help consumers in ways previously unavailable? And so many others. Read more on Tearsheet.