Data Governance - Further Information
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This paper discusses the need to support Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) and the MENTIS Data and Application Security Platform as a solution.
Solix Common Data Platform is a broadly applicable ‘Big Data Application Framework’ that provides an information architecture for your data-driven enterprise.
Every organisation faces risk, uncertainty and security threats, yet must comply with a host of regulations. GRC helps to manage those issues to keep an organisation on track.
Data-driven enterprises need to understand the business value of the data they intend to leverage - and govern that data on that basis.
Before a CDO can think sensibly about what data the business might want to leverage they must get a handle on the data assets that the company already possesses.
The importance of a data protection platform for GDPR compliance - unified data protection controls will smooth the path to compliance
This document outlines how an integrated data protection platform can take the pain out of compliance, helping them to avoid data breaches.
This paper discusses the EU's forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) not from a legal perspective but from the point of view of data management.
Big Data governance and EU data law – Part 1 - I raise some questions - and highlight some resources
Individuals' consent is 'almost always' required by firms when using personal data in big data projects centred on profiling and that's a governance issue which perhaps needs legal, as much as IT, advice
FATCA is US-imposed law that applies both to US and non-US financial institutions. In the latter case it applies whenever you have US citizens as clients
The advantages of a maturity model are that it helps you to assess where you are and where you want to get to and, based on that recognition, can assist in putting a realistic plan together in order to manage…
Organisations face an increasing amount of regulation that enforces, among other things, higher standards of corporate governance.
I have just received an email from CA that, amongst other things, includes details of a press release announcing a partnership between CA and Acxiom to deliver a cloud-based information governance...
Before attempting to answer this question I'll say why it is important: it's important because if you don't know who owns data then you don't know who is responsible for it and you don't know who...
The problem with GRC (governance, risk and compliance) is that it's not a three-way issue. At minimum, there are four or five different forms of governance, two types of compliance and seven...