Today’s organizations need to mobilize data governance programs and resources to tackle enterprise-wide data privacy initiatives. These ambitious initiatives—which can span thousands of data stores, people, and processes—cannot be achieved with traditional security and production models. Instead, enterprise-grade automation, powered with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), is required to provide the foundational infrastructure... more
Some challenges The adoption and rollout of Data Governance at an enterprise level is often impeded for several reasons, but commonly it is because the communities of data consumers in the business don’t see the value of engaging with it. Data Governance may be seen as an overhead to the business in terms of time,... more
Over the past year, my travels have taken me all over the world. From events in Amsterdam to Dublin, from New York to San Francisco, D.C. to Chicago. At each event, conference, summit, or symposium, I seem to always pick up one or two new tricks of the trade. At some of these events, I’m... more
The 2007-2008 global financial crisis led to multiple regulations created to protect citizens, banks and the economy itself. Dodd-Frank, Markets in Financial Instrument Directive (MiFID) II, BCBS 239 etc. all define numerous principles, guidelines and imperatives that need to be complied with, sometimes at very high costs. But even after spending millions of dollars there... more
As complexity and scale increases in global computing, corporate executives at large enterprises are confronted with new data security challenges. In particular, CSOs and CXOs seek continuous, contextual and responsive protection for their enterprise data assets. Specifically, they want to providing dynamic protection as new threats or suspicious activities occur. However, despite most efforts, a number... more
I’ve been playing the data governance game for going on 20-plus years now. I call it a game only in that there are winners and … let’s call them … “not-winners.” I see the winners as those with the most passion, skill and determination to achieve the outcome they desire. The not-winners are those that... more
Earlier this month Informatica and HighPoint Solutions co-sponsored the Marcus Evans 3rd Edition IDMP Compliance Challenge: Hit the phased approach deadlines conference in Frankfurt. The conference agenda was packed with IDMP compliance experts willing to share experiences, challenges and concerns going forward. Whilst listening to the industry representatives, I noted common themes occurring in their... more
Supply chain compliance is among the top challenges leading supply chain and procurement organizations have to focus on. This blog provides four ways that will help you better achieve supply chain compliance.
Starting December 1st, 2016, a new FDA menue labeling rule requires calorie information to be displayed on menus and menu boards of food chain establishments in the US with 20 or more locations.
With the compliance date for BCBS239 designated GSIBs (Global Systemically Important Banks) just about to arrive in January 2016; many DSIBs (Domestic Systematically Important Banks) are looking carefully at their global counterparts to see what worked well; and what didn’t. The first challenge is that not every Bank knows whether it will be designated a... more