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Jun 21, 2018 - Jun 22, 2018 Grace Hotel Sydney, 77 York street, Sydney, NSW Australia

Investment data governance and management conference.

22nd June 2018 - Day 2

Participants registration and refreshments.

Chairman’s address to the gathering.

  • How a DG program will help ensure that the MDM’s key attributes within operational processes, analytics, and customer information are available, accurate, and secure
  • Achieving best practice in the program

Key considerations in governing the big data lake including stewardship, data ingestion, lineage, metadata, tooling and model governance.

  • Big Data Policies, Standards and Processes
  • Identification of Critical Data Elements
  • Defining data standards in conjunction with Privacy, Legal and Compliance
  • Key processes such as data ingestion, data quality, metadata management, data wrangling and analytics
  • Alignment with information security
  • Model Governance including model lineage, metadata and ownership
  • A reference architecture fo r Big Data Governance
  • Tooling including offerings from vendors

Refreshments and Networking opportunity for participants.

How asset owners and service providers can work together more effectively to boost data capabilities and governance responsibilities.

Speaker:

  • Simon Cairns, Senior Specialist, Risk & Performance Analytics – Sunsuper

Applying DG policies and practices to maintain and preserve data quality, integrity and usability across the organisation.

  • Decentralising data across disparate systems and business units for greater visibility, efficiency and consistency
  • Determining acceptable levels of data quality
  • Applying DG policies and processes

Speaker:

  • Vaishali Vijay, Director, Digital Services, ANZ, Capgemini

Lunch and Networking opportunity for participants.

  • From ownership, glossary and lineage, what does a data governance platform nirvana look like

Speaker:

  • Jason Warlond, Head of Business Development, APAC, Curium Data Systems
  • Current and future Impact of technologies including AI, the cloud, “internet of things”, “NoSQL”, “Hadoop”, blockchain and where DG fits in
  • Rethinking the design patterns appropriate to apply to data governance to be responsive to these and other disruptive changes brought forth by technology

Refreshments and Networking opportunity for participants.

  • An organisation’s digital transformation journey and the migration to the cloud
  • Overcoming challenges associated with security, use and sharing of data and the movement of data to the cloud
  • Amending governance policies to a cloud based big data environment
  • Implementing data governance and data quality in small, valuable increments within existing projects
  • How a DG leader can add value to the agile process
  • How to grow a data governance program using Scrum, delivering value and assuring alignment
  • Closing remarks from the Chair and vote of thanks by the Chairman

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