For over a decade, the level of importance placed on the science of informatics has exponentially increased creating a robust data driven culture. This data driven culture empowers firms and organizations data breach prevention, increasing data quality, and improving operational efficiency. Today, with the emergence of ever growing data sets, the topic of data ethics is at the forefront. At MIT, they continuously point out that big data and other great new tools of the past decade do not have a really good code or piece of ethics underpinning their use. The world is therefore subject to a need for documented processes, defined roles and responsibilities, and data process review routines to protect from using data in unethical ways.