Developing and Executing a Data Governance Strategy in State and Local Government
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November 16, 2021, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Developing and Executing a Data Governance Strategy in State and Local Government
State and local government agencies today are operating with data that resides on premises, in containerized private clouds and in the public cloud. While the adoption of these hybrid environments provide agencies with greater data flexibility, it has also complicated data governance. Stricter privacy laws and regulations are forcing agencies to develop new data governance solutions to ensure that their data stays consistent and secure, while also remaining compliant.
Tune in to hear topic experts give their insights on the best practices for developing a data governance strategy in today’s hybrid world. How is this shaping decision making and policies? What pitfalls, if any, will agencies want to avoid as they look to evolve their policies and processes in relation to data security? Our panel of experts will discuss the best ways to execute a successful data governance strategy that allows agencies to collect, manage, store and catalog government data, while also identifying what data should be purged. Learn about the challenges their agencies have encountered while trying to secure and govern their data and how they overcame them.
Chief Technology Officer, Department of Human Services, State of Maryland
Chief Information Officer, University of California, San Diego
Chief Technology Officer, Turnpike & Infrastructure Commission, State of Ohio
Senior Solutions Engineer, Cloudera
Moderator: Tom Suder
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