With organizations collecting an ever-increasing volume of data, the risk of a data breach or falling foul of a regulator is also increasing, especially as the consequences for non-compliance with data regulations can be enormous. Where private individual’s information is concerned Data security, privacy and protection is clearly a “must have” requirement in most data programs.
Organizations are starting to realize that effective Data Governance helps an organization to avoid such issues, by defining how its data is to be acquired, stored, backed up, and secured against inappropriate access, theft, or misuse. As the move towards the Democratisation and self-service data platforms increases, the levels of data security inherent in such requirements will need to increase.
This webinar explores how an effective Data Governance platform must also understand what the sensitive data landscape within the organisation looks like, how that data is being consumed, and therefore how it must be Governed, to ensure Privacy & Compliance standards are achieved.
As part of the Re-imagining Data Governance series of webinars, Informatica will explore how technology is now bridging the gap between the worlds of Governance and Privacy, to ensure data of the right quality, is accessible when and where it is needed, complete with all the required Privacy & Compliance measures in place. The commercial dividend of this, is to free up project team resource, enabling teams to work faster, with greater freedom and improved agility.