This session will include a moderated Q&A featuring questions from the live audience.
Data governance is the process of managing the availability, usability, integrity, and security of your data. Governance programs focus on processes that meet these needs, establishing policies and procedures and assigning responsibilities. However, in the real world we also need to handle failure of processes. For example, how would you handle a failure in the integrity of data or a breach of security?
A well-designed data governance process allows for potential failure and builds contingencies that give you the best chance of a smooth recovery. In this talk, Andrew Cardno will provide advice for real-world data governance processes for recovery from failure, including:
- Building relationship “points” with customers
- Using relationship points in the moment of crisis
- Contingency planning
- Building recovery resilience
- Scenario planning
- Real-time monitoring for early detection
- Management of key people
- How to handle new project leaders
- How not to get fired