Data Governance: Building a Path to Data Intelligence
Organizations concerned with building a trusted brand are all too aware that the data held within an organization needs governance. The need for good governance goes beyond compliance, and extends to people, processes, and technology involved in the use and transformation of data into tangible business value. Good data governance frameworks are needed to ensure that a fabric of trust is being created not just with customers, but also with third parties and internal business stakeholders alike.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how data-aware organizations can harness the power of a Data Governance platform to:
- Lay the groundwork for good governance with an AI-powered data catalog to provide a single pane of glass into the origin, use and format of your data.
- Leverage automation to minimize the manual effort behind layering business context on top of technical metadata.
- Derive greater business value from their data ecosystem through proper policies and frameworks.
An attendee will learn:
How to lay the groundwork for good governance with data catalog
How to leverage automation to minimize the manual effort behind layering business context
How to derive greater business value from their data ecosystem
We are industry agnostic, but these industries will benefit most:
Financial Services (ex. Insurance)
Who Should Attend?
Chief Data Officer
Chief Information Officer
Head of Information Governance
Head of Information Management
Head of Data Strategy
Data Protection Officer
VP of Data Analytics
VP of Data Infrastructure
Data Analytics Manager
Director of Infrastructure & Security
IT & Governance Manager
Information Governance Officer
Information Security Manager
Lead Solutions Engineer, OneTrust
Kelsey Naschek serves as a Data Governance and Privacy Engineer for OneTrust. In her role, Kelsey advises companies throughout their Data Governance implementations to establish processes to support operations and align with their enterprise objectives, including gaining better knowledge and insight of their data landscape, ensuring data meets compliance and policy requirements, and enabling greater use of the data. She is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E, CIPM) and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems and Finance from the University of Georgia.