The Chief Data Officer's Agenda: The Need for Information Governance Controls

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Information professionals are working in a proverbial fishbowl, always under watchful scrutiny. Increases in regulations, data standards, and competitive environments, coupled with an explosion of information and data assets across the organization, have led to significant challenges in the world of information. Financial regulations such as Basel III are redefining the control landscape. The Affordable Care Act, and extensions within HIPPA, are redefining Healthcare. Data Governance is maturing into Information Governance based on further expansions into business operations, legal, records management, information security and an awareness of the need to focus on derived information over pure data. Against this backdrop, CXO executives are demanding more and more controls prior to automating financial or industry reporting to provide assurance that information is accurate. This webinar explores the nature of Information Governance controls and how the controls can lead to operational efficiencies and reduction of multiple enterprise risk factors.

This webinar will provide an overview of:

The emergence of Information Governance
The nature of typical information landscape across an organization
The definition and need for Information Governance Controls
How Information Governance Controls drive operational efficiency and risk reduction
Critical success factors to integrated controls into overall Information Governance frameworks

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