Architecting the Framework for Compliance & Risk Management

24 Oct

Really quick visit to the Data Architecture Summit this year. I wish I could have stayed longer, but I had to get back to a project.

My presentation was on creating audit defensibility that ensures practices are compliant and performed in a way that is scalable, transparent, and defensible; thus creating “Audit Resilience.” Data practitioners often struggle with viewing the world from the auditor’s perspective. This presentation focused on how to create the foundational governance framework supporting a data control model required to produce clean audit findings. These capabilities are critical in a world where due diligence and compliance with best practices are critical in addressing the impacts of security and privacy breaches.

Here is the deck. This was billed as an intermediate presentation and we had a mixed group of business folks and IT people with good questions and dialogue. I am looking forward to the next event.

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