What GDPR Means for Analytics and Data Management

Solve the toughest compliance challenges with data lineage diagrams

Today, most organizations are focused on conducting data inventories to understand how well they are protecting EU citizens’ sensitive data. However, organizations also need transparency into how and why data is being used, how it is being transformed, and whether analytics models properly filter out sensitive data. In this TDWI on-demand webinar, you’ll learn where GDPR most impacts analytics and how to solve organizational challenges in GDPR compliance with clear data lineage diagrams.

What GDPR Means for Analytics and Data Management

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