The Demand for Unified Information Governance – Experts Weigh In

Tue, Dec 5, 2017 2:00 PM EST{LOCAL_TZ}

Earn 1 CPE | For strategic enterprises, data is widely recognized as the key differentiator and driver of better business decisions. This explains the recent hiring blitz for data management teams consisting of chief data officers, data scientists, and data engineers. Entrenched compliance measures around privacy, security, and regulations, however, frequently create roadblocks to extracting the most value from the company data. How do you create a culture and system where business information is treated as a first-class corporate asset and governance is used as an enabler rather than a deterrent?

Join us as we discuss:
  • Identifying and engaging relevant stakeholders
  • Improving and aligning data cost, risk, and value
  • Complying with evolving and complex regulations especially around data privacy
  • Making the business case for an ongoing and unified data management and information governance program
Data management teams must recognize they can’t ensure accurate, secure data without proper governance. On the other side, information governance teams must accept their mission has dramatically expanded from simply proving regulatory compliance to helping businesses achieve a single version of the truth, expose and extract value from information assets, and reduce a variety of risks.


Jake Frazier, Senior Managing Director – FTI Consulting
Clare Sadler, Managing Director– Information Squared

Caroline Sweeney, Global Director, E-Discovery & Client Technology – Dorsey

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