Part 4 of 6: Automating Data and IT Governance
This is the fourth episode in a special six-part edition of the Data Intelligence series where we will explore the topic of Data Governance.
Governing data and IT in the cloud can be a challenge, especially if your business is just starting out on its journey to the cloud. Introducing too much governance too soon can slow or stymie adoption and innovation. Too little can lead to security vulnerabilities and data leakage. While there are many best practices, which ones should you adopt early, and which ones should you adopt later? Can your on-prem practices be adopted for cloud, or do you need to start afresh?
In this session, expert presenters Brent Walter and Neal Matthews will walk you through an operational approach that will introduce enough governance early enough to ensure that you get started down the right track. The approach aligns to best practices and is viable across the three major cloud providers. Focusing on well-supported technologies, Neal will help you get innovating sooner and safer.
You will learn:
- Best practices for governing IT on the cloud
- Operationalizing cloud governance at the right time
- How to govern and secure your data ecosystem faster and safer
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With a deep background in various facets of IT services and consulting for over 30 years, Neal is an accomplished leader in helping industry-leading organizations transform from legacy IT approaches to cloud-enabled practices. Mr. Matthews brings broad experience in data and analytics as well as general transformation, delivering customer solutions and thought leadership through strategic client engagements, articles and speaking engagements.
Brent Walter is a Sales Engineer with Caserta and has worked with clients across a broad range of regulated industries from financial services to healthcare and research. He has a particular interest in leveraging data and technology to address compliance and risk management challenges. He is a Google Certified Professional Data Engineer.