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Reconciling and balancing business needs for data with IT and governance requirements on security and privacy are pressing matters in the data space. Data privacy and enforcement must work together, but at the speed of the business. Thus, there are a number of considerations for achieving this and heightening protection.
Here to lend their expertise on the matter are Steven Touw, Co-Founder and CTO, and Andrew Burt, Chief Privacy Officer and Legal Engineer, both at Immuta. Firstly, they explore the guardianship of data falling to IT, governance, and security. Then, the conversation steers into the challenges faced in helping data scientists, data owners, and governance teams work together. They also delve into the pressing topic of compliance with frameworks such as CCPA. Steven and Andrew also guide organisations through how to keep up when managing a variety of frameworks.
Meet the panel
Keyfactor: Why You Need to Care About Machine Identity
Intermedia: Cloud Migration is the Key to Enterprise Communications
Radware: Bot Mitigation is Key for Application Protection
Informatica: How Shifts in the Cloud are Changing the Game
Sifflet: Observability and the Future of Data Engineering
Safe Software: Low-Code/No-Code in Data Engineering
Egnyte: Keeping Up With The Next Generation of Data Privacy
Genestack: Why Data Management is the Key to Success in Life Sciences
Informatica: 4 Powerful Reasons Why Your Organization Benefits with Data Sharing
ManageEngine: Thinking Beyond ITSM and Achieving Enterprise Automation