Data Governance in the Age of Increased Privacy and Security Risks

Mitigate risk and derive value from your data

In the age of big data, data breaches, identity theft, sophisticated social media platforms, and targeted advertising, the importance of proper data governance is top of mind for both information producers and consumers. And the risks to both have never been greater. Watch this on-demand webinar to hear from three seasoned privacy professionals about how to create and maintain a robust and resilient data governance program for your organization.

You’ll hear how to:

  • Protect data in storage, retention issues, and understanding how data moves through an IT infrastructure
  • Implement privacy by design principles including protective measures allowing individuals to choose how wne when their personal information can be collected, processed, used and shared
  • Unify data security and data privacy with controlled objectives and activities that meet regulatory compliance needs

Featured speakers include Michael Nijs, Chief Information Security Officer and Corporate IT Director at Collibra, Phil Lee, Partner of Privacy, Security and Information at Fieldfisher, and Tudor Borlea, Product Specialist at Collibra.

Data Governance in the Age of Increased Privacy and Security Risks

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