Building Confidence in Big Data with Information Integration and Governance
Duration: 60 minutes
Information integration and governance is more important than ever before, and it needs to deliver a higher level of information confidence in the era of big data. Information Governance is still, at its core, a business strategy that involves people, process and technology. But it's the technology that has changed dramatically in order to deal with the challenges of big data. Information Integration and Governance must deliver the appropriate context - to ensure that relevant data is analyzed, related data is understood, and the lineage of data is transparent - so that decisions are more accurate and trustworthy. It needs to ensure that a broader variety of big data sources can be automatically identified, classified, and protected, to ensure that sensitive big data isn't accidentally disclosed. And Information Integration and Governance needs be agile - to govern and integrate big data when it's created, not after the fact. In the era of big data, there's no other choice.
Join guest speaker, Michele Goetz, Forrester research analyst, as she reviews the latest research findings on Information Integration and Governance in the era of big data and David Corrigan, Director, Product Marketing, InfoSphere for IBM who will discuss how information governance will be making big data and analytics more successful with trusted and protected information.
In this session, you will learn:
Key new integration and governance requirements for big data environments
How to seamlessly accommodate diverse information landscapes and uses
How to secure and protect information, even if you don't own it