With organizations collecting an ever-increasing volume of data, the risk of a data breach or falling foul of a regulator is also increasing. Data security, privacy and protection is fast becoming a “must have” requirement within many data programs.
Organizations are starting to realize that there are potentially great synergies in having a much closer understanding of their data from both a governance and security viewpoint. Add in Artificial Intelligence and automation for remediation, together these capabilities are proving to be significant allies in the continuous battle of cyber-security and enabling Data Governance programs.
This webinar explores how these two worlds can now better understand the role that each has to play, in supporting and protecting their organization.
As part of the Reimagine Data Governance series of webinars, Informatica will demonstrate how having a closer relationship between the worlds of governance and security can enhance existing data use and data security capabilities. And how you, in taking that holistic approach, can provide governed and protected data to achieve key business outcomes.
Businesses deal with the impacts of data quality issues on a constant basis, yet the understanding of what data quality means is still improperly understood. In this webinar we’ll explore some of these impacts and how new approaches to data quality are changing the way organisations utilise data. We’ll also be exploring how new technology solutions are helping organisations investigate and diagnose the causes of various data quality problems and how fixing these issues makes a material impact to the health of the organisation. Data quality has become critical to the success of many business initiatives, so we’ll help you understand what items your detective toolkit needs to containRead more >
Unternehmen spüren kontinuierlich die Auswirkungen mangelhafter Datenqualität; dennoch ist die Erkenntnis, was genau Datenqualität bedeutet, immer noch nicht genug ausgeprägt.
In diesem Webinar betrachten wir einige der Auswirkungen und wie neue Ansätze zu Datenqualität die Nutzung von Daten innerhalb von Organisationen verändern. Wir sprechen auch darüber, wie neue technische Lösungen Unternehmen bei der Untersuchung und Diagnose von Ursachen mangelhafter Datenqualität unterstützen können und wie sich deren Behebung positiv auf die Leistungsfähigkeit eines Unternehmens auswirkt.
Datenqualität ist ein Grundpfeiler erfolgreicher Data Governance und entscheidender Erfolgsfaktor bei vielen Unternehmensinitiativen – wir zeigen Ihnen, welches Instrumentarium Sie als „Data Quality-Detective“ benötigen.
As organisations struggle to cope with an explosion of data volumes, new data consumers, new types of data and increasing amounts of data in the cloud; they’re increasingly recognising the complexity of the task around governing their data. But help is at hand. During this webinar, Informatica will explain how Data Governance has been reimagined and how the latest technology innovations, namely AI and machine learning, are applied to reduce complexity and the effort required to enable organisations to unlock the value of their most precious asset: their data.Read more >
As organisations are seizing the opportunity to become more agile and enable transformation by intelligently using data, the need to act to defend against being disrupted by market, business, and technology forces has never been greater. With data increasingly becoming a business asset, organisations are looking to more intelligently deliver Data Governance as a way to maximise the value of their data.
During this webinar Informatica will explore three fundamental requirements for Intelligent Data Governance:
•Collaboration around data, across an organisation
•Integration of organisational knowledge around data
•Automation of the discovery of data, across an organization
By combining these three requirements, plus more, Informatica will show how Intelligent Data Governance is rapidly changing the way organisations govern their most precious asset: their data.
Not every data governance program is successful from day one. Have you tried your hand at data governance and failed? Vantiv, now Worldpay, had several false starts and struggled to keep momentum going due to constant change in their organization. In 2017, facing the largest acquisition in company history, the team refocused and developed a new and successful approach to enterprise data governance.
During this webinar, you’ll learn about how the team at Worldpay has embraced change, built momentum, and positioned themselves for success. They’ll outline:
• The drivers for change
• Their four pillars of success
• The importance of context and trust
• The key components to their platform
Chris Eldredge, Senior Leader for Data Governance at Worldpay, will share his team’s best practices and showcase his methodology. Most importantly, he’ll also outline how you can adopt a similar strategy to overcome the challenges that you might be facing with scaling your own enterprise data governance program.
In a globalized world in which we need to share information across entities, while at the same time respecting confidentiality constraints and a complex web of laws and regulations, governments as well as commercial enterprises face a growing need to manage the processes, roles and responsibilities related to the handling of sensitive data. This webinar will explore the many initiatives OMG has underway to help meet this challenge.Read more >
BNY Mellon delivers informed investment management and investment services in 35 countries and more than 100 markets. BNY Mellon has evolved since their founding in 1784, but their commitment to the true innovative spirit of their founder, Alexander Hamilton, remains the same. That innovative spirit is the driving force behind their legacy and what continues to push them forward into the future.
BNY Mellon needed to understand the quality of their data, so they built out their data governance program to have a three-tier structure to data quality – data that must be right; data that should be right; and data that they would like to be right. To ensure that their independent departments knew how reliable their data was, they employed scorecards through Informatica Data Quality to help visualize the quality of data back to their business owners.
During this webinar, John Fleming, Head of Data Governance at BNY Mellon, will share how they:
•Focus on a culture of “quality of everything” with a detailed change management program to help the organization adjust
•Gain return on investment across all data sources and departments
•Enable their business leaders to visualize the quality of their data with scorecards
•Plan to extend data governance to every area of the organization from Human Resources to Product Development
Cartography is as old as mankind. It provides travelers with the ability to understand their landscape and plan their journeys. Not only plotting the shortest route between end-points but also discovering cultural or geographical points of interest along the way. It also allows them to adjust the course to avoid obstacles, seek rest and restoration along the way.
The complex world of business information needs maps just as much as physical environments. These maps enable users not only to find the shortest route to data that are relevant to them, but also to understand the business and technical context that determines the relevance for their specific use case.
In this webinar we will discuss the meaning of lineage and discover the techniques we can use to build a comprehensive set of navigational charts for the modern data explorer. Please join us to hear about different types of lineage, the potential for automation and the need to connect it all to ultimately ensure trustworthiness and quality of your data for regulatory compliance and key business initiatives.
Two months after the implementation of GDPR and many companies are still struggling to address the challenges of stricter compliance requirements and regulations. With data-generated revenue on the line, ensuring a firm handle on your businesses' approach to data governance and compliance will help ease the transition into the new GDPR era and keep your data flowing.
Tune in as this panel of experts take a deep-dive into data governance best practices, the challenges businesses are facing with GDPR, how to navigate common compliance hurdles and more.
The Geisinger Health Plan cares for over 500,000 members in Northeast and Central Pennsylvania. During this webinar, you’ll learn how the Geisinger team is using Informatica’s metadata driven products and solutions to ensure that data is reliable and trusted. You’ll discover both strategic and tactical considerations for leveraging data quality to meet your goals, including industry best practices, design concepts for governance organizations and the development of core technical competencies. Don’t miss this webinar where you’ll hear about lessons learned and innovative approaches directly from the experts at Geisinger.Read more >
Die EU-DSGVO ist in Kraft getreten, die EU-DSGVO-Compliance hingegen ist für viele Unternehmen noch in weiter Ferne. Mit dem richtigen Ansatz ist die effiziente Umsetzung der EU-DSGVO jedoch kein Ding der Unmöglichkeit!
In diesem Webinar stellt Informatica zusammen mit Capgemini diesen Ansatz vor. Wir sprechen über den richtigen Umgang mit der Komplexität der Verordnung, die Umsetzung der Anforderungen der Verordnung am Beispiel verschiedenster Unternehmen und wie die Automatisierung von Prozessen hierbei unterstützen kann.
There’s a prevailing enterprise perception that compliance with data protection regulations and standards, such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the EU, Payment Card Industry (PCI), International Standards Organization (ISO) and many others is a burden: limiting the leverage of data. However, the core requirement of compliance—better control of data—has multiple downstream benefits. When compliance objectives are aligned with existing business objectives, the business can experience net gain.
For many organizations that want to adopt streaming data, strengthening their governance protocol is a key requirement. While this certainly poses a challenge for data protection regulations and standards, it also limits the potential of data in broader enterprise initiatives that look to maximize the value of information.
-Understand how data compliance can be a facilitator of existing business objectives rather than a burden
-Find out how to align existing business initiatives with compliance initiatives for maximum business benefit
-Learn about the place of streaming data and data-in-motion in the compliance effort
-Identify governance and tooling needs, existing controls and how they apply to new and emerging technology
-Discover your options for improving governance
Data is a vital business asset, serving transaction systems and driving increased innovation across the business landscape, such as in customer engagement, product development, and company strategy. But with businesses experiencing a rapid increase in the volume and complexity of data, the need for effective governance is critical to help maximize its value, while ensuring compliance with protection and privacy regulations.
Listen to Henry Peyret, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, and Rex Ahlstrom, BackOffice Associates Chief Strategy and Technology Officer, in this webinar as they discuss:
•Key drivers that are increasing the need for data governance
•An overview of the data governance market and insights on market direction
•Best practices to help businesses establish governance practices
Sharp Healthcare, San Diego's health care leader, recently launched a data governance program from the ground up to ensure that they can meet the needs of the ‘Patient of the Future’. Through the first six months of their data governance program, they have learned a lot about what to do, how to maintain focus, and how to build the team around the cause. Join Lori Kvasnicka, Director of Data Governance at Sharp Healthcare, along with Susan Wilson, Enterprise Information Management Practice Leader from Informatica, as they tell you about the Sharp Healthcare journey and illustrate the hurdles that you may face as you begin your data governance plans.
During the webinar, you will learn:
• How to build your strategic and tactical plans with Informatica
• How to get your team organized (and stay organized!)
• How to get through phase one of your program and transition into phase two
• What it means to reach your goals and how to keep the momentum going
This Informatica data governance webinar will share best practices, critical insights from a successful journey, and will get you thinking about how to kick start your data governance program.
Achieving actionable insights from data is the goal of any organization. To help in this regard, data catalogs are being deployed to build an inventory of data assets that provides both business and IT users a way to discover, organize and describe enterprise data assets. This is a good first step that helps all types of users easily find relevant data to extract insights from.
Increasingly, end users want to take the next step in provisioning or procuring this data into a sandbox or analytics environment for further use. Attend this session to see how organizations are looking to build actionable data catalogs via a data marketplace, that allow self-service access to data without sacrificing data governance and security policies.
Learn how to provide governed access and visibility to the data lake while still staying on track and within budget. Join Scott Gidley, Zaloni’s Vice President of Product, as he discusses:
- Architecting your data lake to support next-gen data catalogs
- Rightsizing governance for self-service data
- Where a data catalog falls short and how to address
- Success use cases
Are you hearing about Governance and compliance in your business? With the onset of GDPR it certainly is a hot topic.
Informatica is spear-heading Data Governance in a whole new way. We want to ensure that if you are hearing about this in your business, you are able to shape the conversation and drive value of your skills.
In this one-hour webinar, learn about:
How you can extend the skill-set you have now to master these new initiatives
What does ‘true’ governance look like
What Informatica is doing around compliance and governance with our latest releases
Why it is imperative to be able to effectively catalogue and govern data to provide compliance
Successful data governance and management programs require ongoing goodwill from stakeholders spread across the organization. This translates to a lot of communications – formal and informal, long and short, planned and unplanned. Wasted time? Hardly! Done right, they can result in stakeholders who become vocal advocates for the budget, resources, and tools you require to deliver the value they need.
The secret is stitching together your discussions with carefully crafted micro-conversations – often called “elevator speeches” – that enforce your key messages while intriguing your listeners. A winning elevator speech pulls them into your story and prompts them to ask for more information. It shows that you understand them, and it provides a service, since it may help them connect the dots between the message they’ve just heard and similar information they’ve heard in colleague introductions, conference room presentations, hallway conversations, status reports, and even pitches for tools, projects, and executive attention.
There’s a formula for crafting a winning elevator speech. And it’s more than the conventional advice to be short and natural-sounding. Learn the 7 qualities of powerful elevator speeches for data governance programs, and how to apply them to pitches for support, money, attention, participation, and tools.
Successful brands know that having quality customer data drives greater business success and more engaged customers. Yet organizations of every size continue to struggle with making data-driven decisions as a result of poor quality data.
Join us to learn specific recommendations, tactics, and keys to success in building a data-driven culture that will power high performing data and analytics programs, including:
- 3 key practices to creating a high performing data and analytics program
- Why data quality matters
- How to measure your brands data maturity level (and why it matters!)
- How to make more data-driven decisions leveraging data governance learnings
- Key misconceptions about data quality
The value of data governance is especially acute in the healthcare industry, where data quality can greatly improve patient outcomes, while also lowering costs and promoting better population health. Join our data governance experts as they share 5 keys to building a successful data governance program specifically for those who work in the healthcare industry.
Attendees will learn about:
•The tangible business benefits that you’re missing out on without a strong data governance program in place,
•The 5 keys to building a successful data governance program in your organization that is designed to improve patient outcomes,
•What you need to get a data governance program started on the right foot,
•Pitfalls to avoid, based on the mistakes of others
Today's enterprises need broader access to data for a wider array of use cases to derive more value from data and get to business insights faster. However, it is critical that companies also ensure the proper controls are in place to safeguard data privacy and comply with regulatory requirements.
What does this look like? What are best practices to create a modern, scalable data infrastructure that can support this business challenge?
Zaloni partnered with industry-leading insurance company AIG to implement a data lake to tackle this very problem successfully. During this webcast, AIG's VP of Global Data Platforms, Carlos Matos, and Zaloni CEO, Ben Sharma will share insights from their real-world experience and discuss:
- Best practices for architecture, technology, data management and governance to enable centralized data services
- How to address lineage, data quality and privacy and security, and data lifecycle management
- Strategies for developing an enterprise-wide data lake service for advanced analytics that can bridge the gaps between different lines of business, financial systems and drive shared data insights across the organization
BJC Healthcare is one of the largest nonprofit health care integrated delivery organizations in the country. In 2016, BJC embarked on a journey to replace multiple instances and multiple types of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems with a new single EMR with Epic.
Nathan Rain, Group Manager of Data Governance & Master Data Management at BJC Healthcare, led a team that defined the path to create a trusted golden record across its 15 hospitals, five service organizations, and hundreds of outreach services for residents. Along this journey, Nathan learned a number of valuable lessons including how to:
•Set the objective and explain the need to ensure executive buy-in
•Create a single trusted view of Provider data from multiple sources
•Avoid pitfalls and define optimization criteria in Epic that drives adoption
•Automate processes and achieve high levels of efficiency with existing resources
Join Nathan and Informatica in this webinar to learn more about the value and power of master data management and data governance to fuel trusted data in healthcare.
Is Your Data Ready for GDPR?
As the deadline for GDPR approaches, it is time to get practical about protecting personal data.
We break down the steps for turning a data lake into a data hub with appropriate data management and governance activities: from capturing and reconciling personal data to providing for consent management, data anomyzation, and the rights of the data subject.
A smart approach to GDPR compliance lays a foundation for personalized and profitable customer and employee relations.
Watch, as experts from MAPR and Talend show you how to:
- Diagnose the maturity of your GDPR compliance;
- Set up milestones and priorities to reach compliance;
- Create a foundation to manage personal data through a data lake;
- Master compliance operations - from data inventory to data transfers to individual rights management.